Our Daily Diving Program consists of 3 Boat Dives a day and we dive inside and offshore of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park to 49 dive sites accessible to us so there is plenty to choose from. Diving here in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park and offshore along the west coast is very good, our guests are always very surprised to see such a variety of Marine Life and healthy corals. The park offers some great diving for beginners and experienced divers alike, lots of hard and soft coral, great macro life, schools of tropical fish and many prized critters. Find out what scuba diving is like is Tunku Abdul Rahman Park.
In addition, we are very fortunate to be located in the annual migration path of the Whale Sharks and Manta Rays, which occurs during the months of March and April. We also have a great wreck dive soon to open. The KM Kuraman was sunk by our team in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park on 17th November 2017.
Dive sites within the park are predominantly sloping coral reefs, mangrove areas and sand slopes with plenty of fish life and macro subjects. The TAR Park’s diving sites are ideal for photographers of all levels.
Our PADI 5 STAR IDC Centres have a great vibe, they are always busy and lively with guests. With so much knowledge of the diving industry to absorb at Downbelow as soon as you start your internship you will learn quickly the inner workings of a dive operation and utilise this experience for your future scuba diving career.
We generally find the hardest part of a GoPro internship with Downbelow, is leaving!