The record for the world’s deepest swimming pool has been dropped. On June 27, Deep Dive Dubai (United Arab Emirates) Changed the deepspot in Poland and its 45 meter depth. The Dubai swimming pool is 60.2 meters deep, with 14 million liters of hot water, equivalent to six Olympic swimming pools. For now, the site is only accessible by call, but it is expected to open its doors to the public in July.
A submerged city to explore
Built in an oyster-shaped structure surrounded by fountains, the swimming pool provides a 30 ° C water detection of a submerged city. Accessible to visitors from the age of 10, the site offers activities tailored to your status as they are snorkeling, release or snorkeling enthusiasts. Diving. You will have a guide for all occasions.
Depending on your size, you can go more or less deep, and discover various underwater activities such as cycling or playing table football. If you want, you can even spend Diving levels Deep Dive in Dubai. This site is very secure with 56 underwater cameras. If you are wondering, know that there are no marine animals in the pond, because Deep Dive refers to Dubai, “This is not a fishery”.
Once your dive is complete, the only recommendation is not to visit the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world at 828 meters. The Deep Dive Dubai website refers to it “It is recommended to wait 18 to 24 hours before going over 300 meters. However, it is safe to dive after visiting the tallest building in the world.”.
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