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I am thinking of a short dive trip to Cypus the first part of Sept. I am looking for any good dive centers to book thru,if they have lodging thats a bonus also. I have looked and they have several but I would like to have your opinions on who to use. I would look forward to any other info on dive sites and what to expect when I am there.
Another recommendation for the Zenobia in Larnaca Harbour. I dived with Dive Inn, just 50 metres or so from where their RIB leaves for the Zenobia (and that's only about 10 min away). Fantastic operation - I did my Deep, Wreck and Nitrox Specialities with them - and extremely experienced on the Zenobia. There's so much to see on the wreck that you can easily do an 8-10 dive package with them and not get bored.
I also dived with Cydive over on Paphos - great visibility over there but not a lot to see - but found their emphasis on large groups of novice divers and DSDs (one shallow wreck dive was two small boats and 24 divers!) a bit off-putting.