Sanya PADI Diving, PADI Open Water Diving Package, Boat Diving in Sanya

Scuba Diving Sanya Hainan2
Hainan Island has attracted many visitors from China’s mainland and abroad and is one of Hainan Island’s hottest attractions. The Hainan Island, especially around Sanya, has superb, natural diving conditions. Its uncontaminated water keeps a temperature of between 19 to 26 centigrade all year round. International diving experts have designated the South China Sea as one of the best diving sites in the South Pacific. Divers can admire colorful coral several meters under water and can see occupies, sea anemones and sea cucumbers more than 20 meters deep. Diving in Sanya gives people the experience of returning to the embrace of nature.

There are a few diving pots in Sanya including Yalong Bay, Wuzhizhou Islet. After checking with a few diving centers in Sanya, we would like to recommend Yalong Bay PADI diving cener based in Aegean Jianguo Resort on Yalong Bay. 

We have been recommending this diving center since (2015), and the comments so far are good. We are confident to recommend the diving center.

The package deal for PADI Diving with One Tank is at CNY680/person.

It is a boat diving with boat transfers included in the package. Sam is the only English speaking instructor at the PADI diving center. So reservation is always a must if you wish to go diving with Sam.

If you don’t stay in Yalong Bay, please book our pick up service from hotels on Dadonghai Beach at CNY150/way, Sanya Bay CNY200/way, or Haitang Bay CNY150/way by private car.


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Price listed here is for 1 tank, CNY200 for extra tank

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This is a daily tour.


Sanya Hainan

Sanya HainanLocated at the very southern part of Hainan Island, and resting calmly in the warm waters of the South China Sea, Sanya is the only tropical city of China and the highlight of Hainan Island Holiday. Sanya stands between 18°09’and 18°37′ latitude almost the same as Hawaii. Thus, it’s often called “the Hawaii of China” Read more

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