Trincomalee Diving Centre – Trincomalee/Nilaveli, East Coast Diving


Diving in Sri Lanka is our passion! Thats why we opened our first Diving Centre 1999 at the beautiful Unawatuna Bay at the south coast of Sri Lanka and our second Diving Centre in 2010 at the north east coast of Sri Lanka in Nilaveli, 12 km north of Trincomalee and the thirty one 2014 in Uppuveli, 3 km north of Trincomalee. Because of this matter we can practice Scuba Diving at the south and north east cost of Sri Lanka in Trincomalee, Nilaveli and Unawatuna the whole year round.

This is the official page of TRINCOMALEE DIVING CENTRE, PADI Dive Resort S-23912 your gateway to the excitement and adventure of the underwater world!

The Dive Centre is open every year from 15. April to 10. October from 8 am to 7 pm. The rest of the year, the month of the north east monsoon, with rough sea, high waves and bad visibility, we are operating at our UNAWATUNA DIVING CENTRE, PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Resort at the south of Sri Lanka, 5 km south of Galle, at the Unawatuna beach under good diving conditions.

The TRINCOMALEE DIVING CENTRE is a fully authorized PADI Dive Resort. It offers the perfect holiday under and above water. The Diving School is located around 3 km north of the city of Trincomalee, directly at the beautiful Uppuveli Beach, at the property of SHIVAS BEACH RESORT.

You can follow our road sign boards, Holidays & Diving in Sri Lanka, TRINCOMALEE DIVING CENTRE, from Trincomalee to Uppuveli.

The Uppuveli Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches of Sri Lanka. The white sandy beach is wide and long stretched. Here you will find our Dive Centre.

Our TRINCOMALEE DIVE CENTRE and our other Diving Centres in Nilaveli and Unawatuna are PADI Green Star awarded and also PADI Award Winner 2016 & 2017 for "Outstanding Contribution to the Diving Industry". They are currently the number 1 with the most PADI certifications in Sri Lanka.

The TRINCOMALEE DIVING CENTRE is 100% Project Aware and donate monthly 250 AUD to protect the marine environment in our oceans.

We offer:

SCUBA DIVING FOR BEGINNERS, FUN DIVES, DISCOVERY SCUBA DIVING, PADI COURSES, Snorkelling TRIPS and WHALE & DOLPHIN WATCHING.

We conduct the basic levels of PADI Courses like DSDs, PADI OWD & PADI AOWD. We can teach in English, German, Sinhala & Tamil.

We also run daily fun dives (reef dives, rock dives, deep dives, night dives) at our different dive sites in Uppuveli and Trincomalee.

We are operating our Diving Centre with a team of one English speaking PADI Dive instructors, one English, Tami, Sinhala speaking PADI Dive Master and two local boatmen.

We are fully equipped with all sizes of rental dive equipment and running our Fun dives and PADI Courses with 2 Diving Boats.

Our BAUER Compressor with original BAUER Filter Cartridges fills our 90 Aluminum 12 Liter Diving Tanks with fresh and clean air. We provide also NITROX with an extra charge of 5 Euro per tank.

In general we are diving in small groups with max. five Fun Divers and one Dive Guide (Dive Master or Dive instructor).

We also offer Snorkelling Trips by boat to the Swami Rock, the Navy Island and Whale & Dolphin Watching Tours from our Diving School.

Everybody is welcome!! Diving is Fun!!.


178/32, Nilaveli Road, Allesgarden, Uppuveli,Trincomalee, Sri Lanka , (View Location)
info@trincodiving.com
0094 (0)76 760 85 97 - Hans & Team

When Is Sri Lanka Diving Season?

From mid November onwards the diving on the east coast is influenced by the north east monsoon. The sea becomes rough, it can start the heavy rain and the visibility will get bad.

Due to these conditions our TRINCOMALEE DIVING CENTRE will be closed from 10.October till 15.April. Usually the north east monsoon blows continuously from the north east and carries more humid air from the Indian Ocean. Sometimes there are strong winds and rain but on average never longer than an hour or two. Daily sunshine is even during the monsoon period in average 8 hours a day. Day temperatures are around 32 to 38 Degrees Celsius and night temperatures 26 to 30 Degrees Celsius. Water temperature is the whole year between 26 to 30 Celsius.

Mid of October till mid of April we operate our UNAWATUNA DIVING CENTRE on the south coast of Sri Lanka. Here the south west monsoon ends at around the mid of October beginning of March and the dive season here starts with a calmer sea and good underwater vision.

Diving On Sri Lanka's East Coast

TRINCOMALEE DIVING CENTRE

Trincomalee - Uppuveli

(Open Daily: 15. April To 10. October, 8 Am To 7 Pm, rest of the year closed because of north east monsoon)

When is Sri Lanka Diving Season?

Our TRINCOMALEE DIVING CENTRE on the untouched north-east coast Sri Lanka's, 3 km north of Trincomalee, is open every year from 15. April to 10. October. From mid November to end of February/mid of March the north east coast and the east coast of Sri Lanka is influenced by the north east monsoon with strong wind, rough sea, high waves and some time heavy rain showers. Because of this bad diving and Snorkelling conditions our TRINCOMALEE DIVING CENTRE will be closed from 11. October to 14th April.

At this time of the year you can visit us at our UNAWATUNA DIVING CENTRE at the south coast of Sri Lanka under good diving and Snorkelling conditions.

From mid April onwards the diving on the west- and south coast is influenced by the south west monsoon. The sea is mostly rough, the current can be very strong and the underwater vision can be considerably less than 3 m.

Trinco Diving
Due to these conditions our UNAWATUNA DIVING CENTRE is closed from the mid of April to the mid of October. Usually the south-west monsoon blows continuously from the south-west and carries more humid air from the Indian continent. Sometimes there are strong winds and rain but on average never longer than an hour or two. Daily sunshine is even during the monsoon period 8 hours a day. Day temperatures are around 30 to 32 Celsius and night temperatures 26 to 28 Grad Celsius. Water temperature is the whole between 28 to 30 Celsius.

Bathing and swimming however is possible during the whole year due to the reefs protecting Unawatuna Beach and the Mihiripenna/Dalawella Beach from high waves.

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