Tobermory is a small community located at the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula in the municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula, approximately 300 kilometres (190 miles) northwest of Toronto, the capital of Ontario.
Known for the MS Chi-Cheemaun, the passenger-car ferry that connects Tobermory to Manitoulin Island in Lake Huron, Tobermory is also the northern terminus of the Bruce Trail, and has twin harbours, known locally as “Big Tub” and “Little Tub”. Big Tub Harbour is Canada’s largest natural freshwater harbor.
The community is known as the “fresh water SCUBA diving capital of the world”.
The deep waters at the mouth of Georgian Bay are home to Fathom Five, Canada’s first National Marine Conservation Area. The park preserves a rich cultural legacy that includes 22 shipwrecks and several historic lighthouses. Fathom Five’s freshwater ecosystem contains some of the most pristine waters of the Great Lakes. The rugged islands of the park are a reminder of the impressive lake-bed topography found beneath the waves.
As well as providing dive and snorkel tours, Divers Den offers a full line of quality rental gear, excellent package deals, tank fill-ups, Dive masters on all of our afternoon open water charters, a cottage rental, buddy forum and PADI core diving courses.
All of Diver Den’s Captains have Transport Canada Master certification and are DAN Oxygen and First Aid/CPR trained. They have extensive boating and diving experience and will do their utmost to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable diving experience.
Their friendly, enthusiastic dive shop staff are all knowledgeable divers themselves. They will be happy to book you on a dive or snorkel trip, direct you to a shore diving site, fit you with rental gear, fill your tanks or sign you up on a course; all while being a fountain of information on Tobermory Diving. Come on in or give us a call……you will see why Divers Den is Tobermory’s Number 1 Shop!
Divers Den has been serving divers since 1967.
Learn more at: http://www.diversden.ca/