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New Zealand's most northerly PADI Dive Center, A to Z Diving, is located at the beach in Whatuwhiwhi on Northland's scenic Karikari Peninsula, where dolphins and blue penguins are frequent visitors. Whatuwhiwhi (fot-ö-fê-fê) is located in the sub-tropical Far North of New Zealand. Due to its quaintness it is not represented on many maps but be reassured it's there. And yes we do have phones and electricity!
Professional PADI Dive training from one-day Discovery Diving to full Dive Master courses, conducted in either English or German. Courses tailored to your timetable.
If you are already a qualified diver let us show you around Doubtless Bay and the Karikari Peninsula. Depending on your diving experience, skill, certification and wishes, your choice of dives is only limited by your imagination. Shore dives are conducted in the spectacular Matai Bay for the novice or anyone wanting an easy but beautiful dive. While the other end of the spectrum can be explored advanced diving at Bastard Rock, the Motoroa Islands and the famous Matai Bay Pinnacle, up there, rating as one of New Zealand's top sites.
Rainbow Warrior Wreck Dive (2 diver minimum)
An early start will see us heading out through the scenic beauty of the Whangaroa Harbour. Our 30-40 minute boat journey (aboard the Rock Hopper), takes us on a breathtaking voyage in waters frequented by dolphin and blue penguins. Our first dive will be on the famed wreck of the Warrior, rated now as being among the top 10 wreck dives in the world. A second dive can be completed on the wreck or in the clear waters of the Cavalli Islands - the choice is yours.
Accommodation can be arranged for you in Whatuwhiwhi if required, either on-site here in Whatuwhiwhi at A to Z Diving or off-site at a holiday park or private home.
Scuba diving equipment hire and air fills also available.