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Mirissa Diving Centre

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This year we are venturing further south to operate in the coastal village of Mirissa. This is a small village with golden sands, with a relaxing, peaceful atmosphere.mirissa diving centre

Our Mirissa diving centre runs Discover Scuba Diving programs for people who have never tried diving before.

You can also complete all PADI diving courses here. Open water diver, advanced open water diver, rescue diver and dive master courses are run on demand, with new courses starting every day. We use small group teaching to provide support and make sure all our students are given the time they need to become confident, safe divers.

We are looking forward to getting started and discovering a host of new and unexplored dive sites in this area. Mirissa is world famous for its blue whale population. You can arrange a tour with a well experienced guide Damith(contact details to come).


 This beautiful rock pinnacle is a great deep dive for advanced divers and above. Swarms of triggerfish cloud the summit of the rock formation, and larger species can make a dive here a memorable experience.


A firm favourite with divers, this rock formation boasts a wide range of marine life, schooling fish and feeding turtles are often seen, as well as the photographer’s favourite: the majestic lionfish.


A site of historical interest. The puzzling round rocks scattered on the floor are remnants from the spice trade ships, dropping the stones they had carried as ballast ready to replace them with a cargo of spices. This site is a good spot for morays and stingrays, as well as colourful tropical fish.


Most swim through and little caves are located in this area.
Loads of cracks, make this place perfect for Moray Eels, Cleaner Shrips and various kinds of Nudibranchs.


A favourite spot for beginners and try dives, Mirissa Point is a sandy-bottomed site in 6-12m depth with plenty of reef fishes to be seen.