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Welcome to the World of Scuba Diving! If you ever thought of what does it feel like to breath under water, to swim like a fish, to float underneath the surface, this is the perfect taster session for experiencing that. This is a class which is the gateway to learning to Scuba Dive and is done in a deep pool, in safe conditions, under the guidance and supervision of a Diving Professional who will introduce you to the world of diving. This will include getting familiar with the equipment first, then a 1.5 hour introductory session of practicing basic skills in the water, on a gradient level, whereby you get shown how to breath underwater, how to be buoyant, how to move forward, inflate and deflate your buoyancy control device, how to get the water out of your mask while under water, etc. This is a fun activity that will give you an insight what it means to become a scuba diver!
Taking safety measures
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
Splash White Water Rafting in the heart of Glasgow. Rafting is one of the most exciting river activities in Scotland and now you can experience the thrill and excitement in the heart of Glasgow. White water rafts are engineered to handle everything the course can throw at them. You and your team will work with one of our experienced guides to navigate the raging rapids. The course is 100m long, running up to 7 cumecs (tons per second) ie lots of water. The course brings the rapids fast and tight together guaranteeing an exciting adrenaline packed time, every time. Session last around 1 hr 30 min with 1hr on the water. Go around the course as much as you can in the hour.
Enjoy an adrenaline-fuelled water sport right in the heart of Glasgow at Pinkston Watersports Scotland. Get suited up in a wetsuit and webbed gloves, climb aboard a Splash Bug (a giant purpose-designed inflatable armchair) and tackle the 328-foot (100-meter) whitewater course, hurtling down man-made rapids at a thrilling velocity.
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- People's Palace & Winter Gardens
- Cairngorms National Park
- New Lanark
- Culzean Castle and Country Park
- Dunure Castle
- The Lighthouse
- Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
- Glasgow Cruise Port (Greenock Ocean Terminal)
- Burrell Collection
- Glasgow Science Centre
- Geilston Garden
- SEA LIFE® Loch Lomond
- Glasgow Cathedral
- David Livingstone Centre
- St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
- The Hunterian (Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery)
- Pollok House
- Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park
- George Square
- Glasgow West End
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