Lizard Diver – Diving Cornwall
Falmouth – Manacles – Lizard Point – Mullion – Mounts Bay

Welcome to Lizard Diver

WRECKS WRECKS WRECKS – One of the main reasons divers come to dive around Cornwalls convoluted shore line is its long association with smuggling and wrecks. Much of this maritime history still lies upon the seabed waiting for you to explore. Go to the wrecks page to see just some of the numerous wrecks available to dive around the Lizard peninsula. Take a look at some of the amazing artefacts discovered by Lizard Diver members, and learn how you can visit these historical sites.

SHORE DIVING AND BOAT LAUNCHING – although some parts of the Cornish coast have difficult access, there are a safe shore dives well worth a visit. Boats can be launched from several of the beaches & harbours around The Lizard.

REEF AND DRIFT DIVING – Wrecks are not the only reason divers come to Cornwall – strong tidal currents running along the coast provide a rich source of food for marine and plant life. In places, the variety and density of marine life has to be seen to be believed. Why not harness the power of these tidal streams and ‘hitch a lift’ – undertake a drift dive around the Lizard coast on the flood tide – an experience to remember!

BASKING SHARKS – the early summer of 1999 saw the UK go Basking Shark crazy as large numbers of these incredible animals swam in the shallow waters off Kennack Sands – why not get a ringside seat for this summer’s possible encounter…

ACCOMMODATION – if you would like to take part in any of the above, or try our PADI certificated courses, see the accommodation page for details about accommodation in South West Cornwall. Whether you prefer a tent or a luxury hotel we have the answers. Great off-season rates are normally available.

Lizard Diver covers the region…

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Take a look at the SOUTH WEST MAP for a little extra info…

Lizard Diver PADI beginners courses operate in heated swimming pools all over the South West, as far as the popular Cornish North coast resorts of Newquay and St. Ives, contact us for the dates of the next session.