- Training groups limited to 4 divers maximum
- Lights and dive computers available for your use
- Two-day dive camps and trips to Madagascar
- Real specialization in Underwater Naturalist diving
- Tailored diving for autonomous divers
Our opinion on the dive center, Wulfy Diving
Swimming alongside dolphins or whales in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean is just one of the reasons to dive in the Reunion. The second is Wulfy Diving dive center where Stéphane will show you how to turn a good dive into a great dive!
Set up on the port of Saint Gilles, you can’t be better placed. Stéphane has been diving these waters since 2003, and let’s just say Cap Houssaye, Boucan’s Tower, and even The Hermitage Pass are no secrets to him. Within his dive center, Wulfy Diving, Stéphane will be happy to share his passion with you. By the way, did we mention that he is a real walking encyclopedia for everything aquatic? You’ll see. The very thought of going on an Underwater Naturalist dive and photo with him will quickly become a burning desire to learn more. Stéphane is also PADI, CMAS, and ANMPP certified and offers all the trainings you could ever dream of. In all honesty, if you ever wanted to train in small groups—maximum 4 people—with a quality instructor, Wulfy Diving is your center!
Whether a snorkeler, kid, or a first dive, let yourself be led to The Canyons dive site where the coral will leave you in a state of awe. If you love underwater photography and night diving, you will be diving on Cap Houssaye to bear witness to its amazing diversity. For shipwreck nuts and deep diving enthusiasts, the Vietnamese wreck, Hai Siang is right up your alley! Looking for a new kind of adventure? Treat yourself to a two-day dive camp, or why not a few days in Madagascar. Finally, for those who think comfort first, Stéphane offers quality gear for all ages as well as lights and dive computers.
So, don’t look any further: Wulfy Diving has something for everybody, especially for all divers who want to discover Saint Gilles on Reunion Island!