Dive Bahrain, the world’s largest underwater theme park, has officially opened. The new theme park was inaugurated by the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Bahrain Zayed bin Rashid Al Zayani on September 6. The initial phase of the project was completed recently by submerging a 70-m long Boeing 747, 20-22 metres below the water North of Bahrain, to become the first attraction of the 100,000-sq-m theme park area.
Before the official opening, the dive park was likewise investigated by a gathering of diving professionals from registered dive centres, who had the option to guarantee all security prerequisites are completely met to ensure a diving experience and environment necessary for the public. The Industry, Commerce and Tourism Minister said the submerged amusement park plans to further support the tourism industry to the kingdom.
Those who wish to book their underwater dive experience can do so with any of the registered dive centres listed on the website www.divebahrain.com. The listed centres on the site are the only registered centres, and have all taken an interest in an orientation dive and are acquainted with key guidelines and guidelines in readiness to arrange excursions to the recreation center and offer a sheltered and pleasant experience to general society, the report said.
The dive park will incorporate a few structures in addition to the aircraft, for example,replica of a traditional Bahraini pearl merchant’s house, which is being regulated and supported by Diyar Al Muharraq, a counterfeit coral reef and different figures that will be created and submerged to give a place of refuge to coral reef development and a natural surroundings for maintainable marine life. The eco-friendly park will also provide researchers with rich information and data on marine ecology and biology, and will enhance environmental awareness on the importance of preserving marine life.