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Shore excursion Scuba Diving Around Gallipoli Peninsula from Canakkale (Gallipoli) port | Shore Excursions & Tours

Scuba Diving Around Gallipoli Peninsula

Visiting:

Duration: 9 hours

You shall be picked up from the Canakkale cruise ship port. Your Canakkale guide will then drive you to Gallipoli.


The battlefield of Gallipoli lies on Dardanelles on the European side.
It is
known as Gelibolu in Turkey. The history went that Winston Churchill, the Prime Minister of England at the time
commanded the
British army to
use its superior naval forces to launch an attack on the Dardanelles. The navy
had managed to
conquer Istanbul and
drive Turkey out of the war
before open communication with Russia. The navy was bombarded at the narrowest part of strait, so the British navy turned its forces to the peninsula. The British high command sent wave after wave of Australian, New Zealander and British troops against the highly fortified Turkish position here, which resulting in brutal losses. Ataturk was rising as a war hero from this battle. He
was a military commander of genius and a statesman with few equals. Each year thousands of Australian and New Zealanders make pilgrimages to war cemeteries here. This is the place where
22,000 allied dead lie buried.

You will depart from Hotel Scuba dive 2 sites/wrecks at 9 AM and our guide will make sure that you will
return to your port of call in our luxurious vehicle by 6 PM. So you will have a full day to enjoy diving in this unique diving site.

You need to contact us in advance if you wish to join this trip and please let us know about your level of scuba diving. Please also bring your diving certificate.

Dive Area Information: There are 216 shipwrecks in and around the Gallipoli peninsula. These wrecks cover a large variety of sea vessels, except gallions, where dive depths range from 7m to 30m. You can undertake the normal dive to static line dives too.

Food/Beverage

Lunch is not included in the cost of the tour. We will suggest options for local Turkish restaurants and provide ample time for you to have a sit-down lunch.

Included

- Port pick-up and drop-off
- Entrance fees as per itinerary
- Luxury air-con coach
- Licensed tour guide
- Drinking water in vehicle
- VAT

Exclude

- Lunch and beverages
- Entrance fees to the Terrace Houses $15 extra (optional)
- Gratuities (optional)

Dress

This tour requires a bit of walking and we suggest you wear comfortable tennis shoes or sandals. As it can be very hot in summer months, please bring sunscreen, sunglasses, hats and any other necessary sun gear with you.

Restrictions

For optional mosque visits you need to bring a sarong to cover legs and a head scarf for women.

Private Exclusive, Flexible, Guaranteed

Shared Small group tour with maximum 8 people

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