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Dive Quest

[Disney Vacation Planner]

At A Glance Costly, but excellent dive for certified scuba divers into the Living Seas reef at EPCOT.

DiveQuest at EPCOT takes place daily in the Living Sea exhibit, and allows certified scuba divers to dive on the Living Sea's coral reef accompanied by a Disney diver.

Strictly DiveQuest is treated as a theme park tour, and reservations are made in the same way by calling the WDW Tour number (407) WDW-TOUR or (407) 939-8687.

In total DiveQuest lasts for approximately 2 and a half hours, with the dive itself lasting for approximately 40 minutes in total.

All dives are video-taped (see the attached photographs) and after each dive the guests are given the opportunity to view the video tape, and to purchase a copy.

On completion of the dive guests also receive a certificate of completion, along with an Epcot DiveQuest T-shirt, and refreshments.

DiveQuest participants must provide proof of a current scuba "open-water" adult certificate. The Jr. Diver Certifications (for divers ages 10 and up) are also accepted for younger divers.

DiveQuest costs $140.00 per person. All diving equipment is provided, and included in the cost, and theme park admission is not required or included in the price.

Like Epcot's Dolphins in Depth program, all proceeds from the Dive Quest program is given to the Wild Life Conservation Fund. So you can feel good knowing that the money that is spent is going to a good cause.




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