Norway is so much more than lush mountains, postcard-perfect fjords and colourful houses that hug its coastlines – below the surface is a whole other world that you can explore while scuba diving in Norway.
Be amazed by unique marine life and luminescent creatures that thrive in kelp forests and icy waters as you head towards the High Arctic. Delight in being joined by curious seals or sonorous whales as you explore one of the many shipwrecks that litter the Norwegian seafloor.
If you’re lucky, you may even encounter orcas, which relish the cold and clear North Sea water. The pure water in Norway also means that divers wanting to add scuba diving to their small ship expedition will be rewarded with excellent visibility.
You and your small group of like-minded adventurers will be in safe hands with an experienced Divemaster, who will help you find the best diving opportunities and ensure that you make the most of your experience scuba diving in Norway.
How do I book Scuba Diving in Norway?
If you are an Advanced Open Water Diver with a minimum of 30 logged dives (with a minimum of 6 of those dives within 12 months of your trip), and you would like to participate in our scuba diving program on your Norway voyage, please contact our expert team.