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We were in Caesarea for just a day and a half and were looking for something to do with our 12-year old son for the afternoon. We decided to go for lunch in Old Caesarea and then do some snorkeling. They were really laid back...More
During my dives in the area I heard about small cave in the north island near by . I got some air tanks and went to the old Roman aquaduct . I swam on my back to the island and began diving around to small...More
So first and foremost I have to say that the service at the dive shop was great. Oren was a terrific guide and I'd highly recommend him. That said...the visibility was not terrible (for Caesarea) the day we dived, and even with ~15 ft visibility,...More
I have dived in many places in the world, and in Israel too, but never experienced such a messy and chaotic diving club!
Time shedule is very approximate (I booked a dive for 10 am, we got into the water at 11:10), there is no...More
This is my second time diving first was in Eilat at the dolphin reefs comparing to there its cheaper, closer to center of Israel and full of antiques on the other hand the water is very dirty meaning there's a lot of floting sea stuff...More
The staff here is great! We booked the introductory extended dive course. Reuben and Ahmed were our guides. Reuben was an excellent in explaining in detail what diving was about and what we should do while underwater. Both of them where patient and made us...More
Without questions, Old Caesarea Diving Centre offers great dives to the ruins of Caesarea and it is definetly a unique diving experience. Don't expect much of wildlife to sea. Moreover, Old Caesarea Diving Center is more a diving club and not dive professional dive base....More
On November 25 we spent an hour and a half in the water. It was on a chilly side even we wore wetsuits. The water felt 65-67F. The water was very clear and visibility underwater was about 12-15 feet. We made a circle around the...More