Diving Trips

We offer half-day diving excursions every day at two different locations in the Murter archipelago and/or in the Kornati National Park.

The diving excursions start at 9:00 and last until 14:00 (including two dives and a break).

Murter and Kornati National Park are literally surrounded by dive sites.

From steep walls to wrecks and rocky reefs, there is something for divers of all levels.

With attractive sites, we try to always show our guests something new.

Here are our most popular dive sites:


Our house reef. Very popular dive site for all kinds of divers. A small island with a lighthouse. Only 20 minutes away from our dive center. Different diving depths from 10 – 15 meters and another gradation from 25 – 38 meters. Many different species of fish and a meeting place for octopuses.


The island of Kaprije, a very special dive site. Here you will find a cave rich in sponges and various corals. Only 30 minutes from our diving center, ideal for beginners, but also interesting for advanced divers. The depth starts at 5 meters and from 10 meters you can reach the beginning of the reef wall, where you can make a wonderful “jump into the blue” up to 40+ meters.


Bacvica is a rock in the middle of the sea, at the entrance to the National Park Kornati. There are three dive sites – the western, shallow part of the wall is up to 18 meters deep. It is ideal for beginners, as it is full of marine life. On the south side extends a deeper wall, up to 40 meters deep, full of red gorgonians, lobsters and moray eels. And on the north side of the cliff lies the sunken fishing boat Borko.

NP Kornati – Samograd

An island in the Kornati National Park, here you will dive a fascinating wall full of huge red gorgonians, and at the bottom of the wall you can find various caves. The maximum depth is 40 meters and in the shallow part of the dive you can see numerous moray eels, octopuses and schools of various fish.

NP Kornati – Panitula

Panitula is located in the heart of the Kornati National Park. You can dive on the outer side of the island, the so-called crown, where the wall descends from the sea surface to a depth of 80 meters. Panitula is known for its deep penetration into the island, giving the impression of diving in “caves”.

Zirje – Ljuta

Ljuta is a shallow reef on the outer side of the island of Zirije, where throughout history merchant ships ran aground, and so today we find numerous remains of amphorae and other pieces of pottery. The shallowest part of the site is 2 m deep and the wall reaches 40 m deep. There is much to discover on the wall, it is rich in flora and fauna.


Our furthest location is the Grmeni Reef. The shallowest part is 2 meters deep. It is located in the open sea, where ships have run aground, so that today remains of wrecks can be seen. An impressive deep wall extends in a north-south direction. The wall is covered with red gorgonians and rich in marine life. On almost every dive we encounter several large moray eels, lobsters and octopuses.


Kablinac is a rock 40 minutes from our base. Up to 20 meters deep and runs itno kadkadis.The main part of the dive is over a deep wall of 25-40 meters, on which we can find sleeping catfish and not infrequently a large St. Patrick’s fish among the red gorgonians.


Cavlin is a shallow sea area, the shallowest part is 6 meters deep. It is a large plateau covered with yellow sponges. Towards the west, a wall slopes down to 25 meters, which has two caves where you can dive in. Stingrays are easy to meet in this place.

Everyone can find something for themselves because the Murter archipelago offers a number of possibilities.  Beginners in diving can gather their first experiences in sheltered bays, finding octopuses is almost mandatory, and playful organisms are often found already at a depth of 6 to 10 meters.

Experienced divers can explore magnificent underwater rocks from 20 to 40 meters deep, and for ambitious technical divers, the Murter Archipelago hides wrecks of warships at depths of up to 60 meters.