clean up Dive
Not only is marine trash ugly, but it also poses a risk to human health, is expensive to our economies, and is harmful to marine life. Debris is swallowed in by marine creatures, who can mistake it for food and become fatally entangled. divers, swimmers, and beachgoers may suffer immediate injury. Approximately US$13 billion in environmental harm is brought on each year by only plastic waste.
clean up Dive Go Green
beachgoers Marine debris has become a huge issue globally. Marine animals become entangled in debris and even mistake it for food – often killing them. Divers, swimmers and beachgoers can also be directly harmed by encounters with marine debris or its toxins. the Aqaba Adventure Divers has committed to being a leader in the fight against marine debris through Cleanup Dives Activities.
cleanup dive - Go Green Activity
A diving activity took place at RORO berth at ACT’s Port, to taking care of the coral reef and saving marine life by cleaning the area from plastics and solid waste.
Our Clean Ocean Goals:
- Reduce the amount of pollution in the Sea
- Save marine life from the effects of pollution
How You Can Help
Global change is empowered by grassroots action. We need you – sea enthusiasts and the scuba diving community – to help by taking action in your local community or next dive adventure!
Here’s your chance to either book a dive course or a dive trip or just ask us for a little more information on scuba diving in Aqaba. We also ask for any feedback you may have both on our website and the Dive Centre.