News from Utina for 2022 See our Blog ! Click on Utina Blog! on the Homepage
Hello everyone. The 2022 will, hopefully, see dive travellers in increasing numbers with the decline in the worldwide restrictions due to Covid-19. Here on the Islands the majority of restrictions cease on the 14th March 2022. A big sigh of relief by all and we hope to see lots of our old friends plus many more new friends visit us here in Xlendi on the Island of Gozo.
This year has seen the weather start a little cooler than normal but we are sure that once we get to Easter the water will start to warm up. The visibility at the moment is pretty good but as the winter winds lessen the water will become calmer.
Whilst there are many diver training agencies, PADI still remains the world leader in scuba training and through its centres and resorts train more divers than all the other training agencies in the world and where better than to learn to dive than the Island of Gozo - the Gem of the Mediterranean. Online training for the academic parts of PADI courses is becoming more popular and also saves valuable time when you are on your diving holiday. This can be done before you arrive at Utina so if you wish to explore this option please feel free to get in touch and we will guide you through the process. The materials are easy to use and come in a logical sequence with inbuilt knowledge reviews so that your progress can be monitored. We are at the end of an email or telephone should you need more knowledge.
Xlendi Bay is the ideal place to learn to dive with the beach area being only 75 mts from the centre and with crystal clear water and wonderful marine life you can fulfil that dream and become a qualified diver and meet people from all over the world in a picturesque friendly environment.
So why not come and join us and experience the joys of either learning to dive or actually diving here on Gozo. Contact us through the website using our Contact button header of this page or email us at email@example.com. Follow us on our Blog where we post points of interest from time to time.
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