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Dive Gizo offers exciting diving just minutes from Gizo.  Opened in 1985 by Danny and Kerrie Kennedy, Dive Gizo maintains the standards of excellence in diving, while making every trip exciting and relaxing.  Dive Gizo is the only PADI Dive Facility in Gizo, and has on staff a full time PADI Instructor.  So whether you are ready to try diving for the first time, or a seasoned veteran, Dive Gizo will cater to your needs.

Gizo has some of the best and most exciting diving in the world from WWII wrecks to reefs that have some of the highest fish counts in the world, you will surely find something new and exciting under the surface.  Each dive is led by a local trained and experienced guide, and in small groups of 4-6 people, no crowded boats, no tight time schedules! 

A typical day of diving starts at 9 am at the dive shop where the staff will set up your gear and load it on the boat.  Set off on a short trip to your morning dive then a lunch break on one of our gorgeous islands, where the staff makes a picnic lunch of fish, fresh fruits, and basic salads (Will cater for other dietary needs).  After an hour or two of snorkeling, relaxing or exploring the islands, divers set off on their second dive, and return to town around 3 pm.

The waters around Gizo are sheltered from the sea, and generally calm.  For this reason we operate 7 M covered ray boats that allow us to cater to individual needs, and schedules.  If you have any special requests or needs, we would love to work with you to ensure that you are able to enjoy our wonderful reefs and waters to their fullest.

For the non-diver, Dive Gizo also conducts many WWII tours, bird tours, snorkeling, surf drops, and village tours.  We welcome families, and can offer child care options so everyone enjoys their trip.  Please email us at divegizo@solomon.com.sb to book your next adventure.


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