Snorkeling Trips

Snorkeling is incredibly fun, relaxing and a wonderful way to explore the ocean.

Let yourself drift through the water, relax, and enjoy the ocean wonderland. When swimmers go snorkeling for their first time, the result is the same each time; they get addicted.

Snorkeling simply put, is dead easy, relatively safe, and will expose you to something that would otherwise be inaccessible. Even for experienced divers, a snorkel can often be a wonderful break.

Perhaps snorkeling is, after all, the simplest and most cost-effective introduction to what the ocean has to offer and from our experience, develop swimmers’ interest and curiosity about our rich marine biodiversity.

More people sharing their enthusiasm for the ocean and its creatures, the better chance our oceans stand. That can only be a good thing!



  • English speaking Guide
  • Eco-friendly cultural and educational guiding
  • All necessary equipment for the operation of the activity
  • Liability insurance
  • Taxes

What to bring with you:

  • Bottle of water (1,5 liter per person)
  • Any specific medication you are on
  • Short or long sleeve t-shirt (quick-dry if available)
  • Sunscreen
  • Towel
  • Swimwear or shorts
  • Change of dry clothes


  • Additional session time
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Extra Essentials (t-shirt, hat, towel)

Meeting Point: Km 49 Athens to Souniou Avenue, Anavyssos 19013, Attiki Greece

The Snorkeling program is an approximately 3-hour activity. Duration time includes instructions & briefing exploration.

Meeting details

  • Meeting point: Km 49 Athens to Souniou Avenue, Anavyssos
  • Meeting time: Upon request


  • Min people/trip: 1
  • Max people/trip: 20



Let us explain to you what snorkeling is all about, what you need to know to keep safe, and how to enjoy your snorkeling adventure.

Snorkeling is the practice of swimming through a body of water while equipped with a diving mask, a shaped tube called a snorkel, and usually fins. If it is done in cooler waters, a wetsuit may also be necessary. The use of the snorkeling equipment allows the snorkeler to observe underwater fauna and flora for extended periods of time with relatively little effort.

The basic piece of equipment used by snorkelers includes a mask (or goggles as some call it) that fits over your face allowing you to have a clear vision. A snorkel, which is simply a pipe that attaches to your mask and sticks out the water above your head, allowing you to breathe. And fins or flippers, giving you more control and swimming power in the water. Choosing your snorkeling gear is important, as you want your gear to be comfortable and a perfect fit.

Can I eat just before a dive?

Yes. Actually it is a good idea to eat light before a dive. It is not recommended to have a full heavy meal before a dive.

Can I drink alcohol before or during the excursion?

No. Alcohol consumption is not recommended before a dive. It is recommended that heavy drinking should be avoided the evening before.


Can I wear my glasses under the mask?

No, but under the water, sight is magnified by one third more and we are only interested in seeing objects close to us.

Can I wear my contact lenses under the mask?

Yes, soft lenses can be worn, but we advise not to wear hard or medium hard lenses because there is a possibility to lose them. Sight underwater is magnified by one third more.

I am with my boyfriend/girlfriend during the holidays. I want to dive but he/she wants to scuba dive. What we can do?

You can book the day trip for both of you. He/she can dive with a tank and you can come like a snorkeler on the boat. Check here for the price.

I am with a friend who is on the Try diving program will we be separated?

No, you will be all on the same boat. The only time that you will be separated is while you are diving during your second dive.


I have an ear infection can I dive?

It is recommended not to dive with an ear infection. Drops can be purchased at the pharmacy and it normally clears out after a week.

I have had a perforated eardrum can I dive?

If the ear was perforated within 3 months it is recommended not to dive.

I have Asthma can I dive?

If someone has severed chronic Asthma and different types of medicine are taken to control it, it is recommended not to dive. But for someone suffering from common asthma is able to dive but it is recommended that they bring their medicine with them.

I am deaf can I dive?

Yes no problem, as long as there are no internal problems with equilibration.

I have a pacemaker can I dive?

No, since little research has been done on pacemakers and diving, and due to the increase of pressure while underwater it is recommended not to dive.

I have a cold and a cough can I dive?

You can cough through the regulator while breathing underwater, if the sinuses are not blocked with mucus you can dive. If the sinuses are blocked than you will have a problem equalizing the pressure in your ears then it is recommended not to dive.

I just had an operation can I dive?

If the incisions have well healed and if the operation was not performed for medical conditions that will disqualify you from diving, then you can dive.


 To participate requires full acceptance of regulations:

  1. Participants who have not reached 8 years of age are not able to participate
  2. Participants who have not reached 18 years of age are required to submit a statement from their parents.
  3. Valid participation is considered to be valid after it has been paid off financially.
  4. Any participant who decides to cancel/postpone his/her participation is not entitled to a refund.
  5. Participants are obliged to fully comply with the regulations set by the trainers. They are also obliged to obey the suggestions of the trainers designated by the organizer. Failure to comply with the regulations or instructions will result in the exclusion penalty, with no refund or any other costs.
  6. Participants are involved at their own risk and the organizing authority is not responsible for any injuries they may have, as stated in the statement of responsibility or here.
  7. Participants must have been examined by a physician who has judged them capable of participating in a particular experience. Medical advice must not be older than 30 days from the last day of the experience.
  8. It is strictly forbidden to dispose any kind of object during the whole experience, such as plastic bottles or any other solid or liquid food packaging material used. Disposal of packaging materials or other non-organic waste anywhere on the route beyond the predetermined, carries an exclusion penalty, no refund, or any other costs.
  9. In case of need, the trainers reserve the right to postpone the start of the event in order not to endanger the physical integrity of the participants. In very extreme conditions the trainer can cancel the event.
  10. Participant exclusion occurs for: a) Pollution of the site. b) Inappropriate behavior towards the organizing staff. c) Inappropriate behavior toward other participants. d) Non-compliance with these Regulations.
  11. The organizers are not responsible for the deaths, injuries or any damage to the health of the participants who, upon submitting their request for participation, declare that they are aware of the risks involved including those allegedly attributed to the negligent acts or omissions of the foregoing that their health status is good and allows them to participate, and they have recently been examined by a doctor on this subject. However, no participant will be required to submit a medical certificate. They are obliged to perform regular medical checkups in order to check their health status. The event managers disclaim any responsibility for the physical integrity of the participants, who should behave responsibly at any dangerous points on the route.
  12. Participants consent to be featured in photographs or any other media from the event, which shall be used exclusively to promote the experience.
  13. The organizers have the authority to modify the rules and regulations of the event, with no further notice.  


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