The Bear Grylls Dive Experience for Two
Achieve the remarkable and take on an exciting new challenge at The Bear Grylls Adventure at the NEC in Birmingham. Push mental grit and determination to the very limit and show off physical agility and mental strength. Tackle the challenging assault course to warm up and then gear up for the snorkel or dive of a lifetime! This is an unforgettable immersive experience. Navigate through an unexplored environment with Black Tip Reef Sharks and other marvels of the deep swimming around, take in mesmerising coral and dive through an eerie shipwreck on the sea floor. Fear not, no diving experience is required for this at all and the sharks are non-man eating. A keen sense of adventure is all that's required to take this on.
- Take on a testing assault course
- Dive or snorkel with sharks
- Get a beginners certificate
- Each dive generates a donation to the Shark Trust
- Receive digital photos via email
- BearTag wearable tech will track every success
- Availability Description
Available week round, year round. Open Monday to Friday 9am–7pm, Saturday 9am–9pm and Sunday 9am–7pm. All dates and assault course are subject to availability
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age is 10 years (under 18s will need permission from a parent or guardian and to complete the Adventure Portal documents).Under 16s will need a guardian over 18 present 16-17 year olds can visit unaccompanied but cannot supervise others). Children under 12 will not be permitted to dive. No flying within 12 hours (either side of the dive). Take a costume and towel (lockers provided). Ability to swim but no dive experience is necessary. Minimum height: 4ft 6in.
This experience includes an assault course and snorkel or scuba dive with sharks for 120-minutes.
- Numbers on the Day
This experience is for two people.
- Other Info
Stated duration per activity is the maximum experience time, including briefing etc. Please sign a medical declaration prior to the dive or snorkel. The dive is not suitable for those with Asthma or Epilepsy.