Please note this is a shore dive and does not involve a boat transfer to the dive spot. This is intended to save time and complete the trip in less than three hours.
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A reasonable level of health and fitness is required to book the Try Dive in Havelock Island scuba trip. Please do not book this trip if you are pregnant or suffer from any chronic medical conditions. If you have any cardiac or respiratory conditions, or suffer from knee or spinal problems, please consult your doctor before booking this trip.
Rules on the trip
Divers are required to adhere to the instructions of the dive instructor during the Try Dive in Havelock Island.
Consumption of alcohol and narcotics is strictly prohibited during or before the trip. If intoxication is suspected, the tour operator reserves the right to cancel the trip without refund.
Please allow 12 hours between your diving session and your return flight to allow your body to recover.
Cancellations made on or more than 30 days before departure of the Try Dive in Havelock Island: 100% refund.
Cancellations made between 15 to 29 days before departure of the Try Dive in Havelock Island: 50% refund.
Cancellations less than 15 days before departure of the Try Dive in Havelock Island: No refund.
No show: No refund.
All refunds will be processed after deducting any transaction charges.
Additional instructions, booking policies, terms and conditions
The tour operator takes utmost care to ensure safety of the travellers and shall not be held responsible for any mishap, accident or loss of life during the Try Dive in Havelock Island.
Divers will receive a medical questionnaire after confirmation of the booking. If the answer to any of the questions is YES, divers will be required to provide documented doctor's clearance for scuba diving. This questionnaire is designed to inform diving instructors and allow them to prepare and create a personalized experience.
The tour operator reserves the right to change or cancel the itinerary of this trip due to bad weather conditions to ensure maximum safety of divers and staff.
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