NDAC Trip

NDAC

The National Diving and Activity Centre is a large flooded quarry at Tidenham, Gloucestershire, England, near to the border with Wales at Chepstow. It was formerly Dayhouse Quarry, a source of limestone, which was flooded in 1996. The diving centre opened in 2003.[1]

An inland scuba diving site, it is popular with technical and free divers due to the depths of up to 80 metres (260 ft), with underwater attractions in depths ranging from 6 metres (20 ft) to 76 metres (249 ft)..

Above the water-line is a dive shop, pub, restaurant, toilets, showers and more!

Getting there.

From the South
Take the M5 North to Junction 15 – Turn west on the M4 towards South Wales – Turn onto the M48 towards Chepstow and Services – Cross the Severn and Wye Bridges and turn off at Junction 2 – Take the second exit A466 towards Chepstow and Tintern – Turn right onto the A48 at the next roundabout and continue into Chepstow.Continue through Chepstow on the A48 towards Gloucester, the National Diving and Activity Centre is 1.2 miles outside Chepstow on the left hand side.
From the East
Take the M4 West and continue past Junction 20 – Turn onto the M48 towards Chepstow and Services – Cross the Severn and Wye Bridges and turn off at Junction 2 – Take the second exit A466 towards Chepstow and Tintern – Turn right onto the A48 at the next roundabout and continue into Chepstow.Continue through Chepstow on the A48 towards Gloucester, the National Diving & Activity Centre is 1.2 miles outside Chepstow on the left hand side.
From the West

Come and join us.

For our next trip, we will be diving on Sun 29th and Bank Holiday Monday 30th August. We shall be staying the over on the 29 August  at the bargain price of £25 for B&B.

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