Hero Wheelchair Accessible Scuba Diving

Highlights of this tour

  • Accessible scuba diving
  • Accessibility assistance
  • Theoretical and practical lessons

Accessibility information

  • You will have to pass a simple test beforehand, to see if there are no impediments
  • The dive will take place in protected and shallow waters where you become accustomed to being underwater.
  • You use devices that guide you through the water
  • Instructor with you at all times

What is included?

  • Duration: 1.5 – 2 hours
  • Accessible scuba diving gear
  • Instructor
  • Theoretical and practical lessons

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Private adapted transport for pick up/drop off to the location can be arranged
scuba diving person
scuba diving machine
2 scuba divers in water

About this Wheelchair Accessible scuba diving

Accessible scuba diving

Are you ready for an accessible scuba diving lesson? The first step to becoming a great diver is to know your basics. So firstly, your experience starts with an explanation of all the basics of scuba diving. Once you have soaked up all the knowledge, it is time to hit the water! This first dive will take place in protected and shallow waters where you become accustomed to being underwater. And, most importantly, to breathe underwater. This first dive happens either in a pool or already in shallow depts of the ocean. The diving company works with devices that allow you to move through the water on your own. You can see one of these in the second picture. Go and experience extreme liberation while floating weightless in mid-water!


Before starting, there will be a form, and you will have to pass a small test to assure there are no barriers. All the participants must be able to swim or stay afloat for several minutes.

About scuba diving

The activity of scuba diving is a fantastic experience for many, including disabled people. You are weightless, and therefore you can experience complete freedom from the restraints you face on land. Scuba diving can also be a form of physical therapy.

Did you know that Mallorca is an accessible sports paradise? Scuba diving is not the only thing you can do on this idyllic island. You can also go golfing, sailing, sailing on land, kayaking, and water skiing—one of the many reasons the disabled visitor immensely loves this island.

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