Diving in Belgium

Belgium, or officially the Kingdom of Belgium, is a popular tourist destination in Northeast Europe that sits between the Netherlands and France. The capital Brussels is famous for its cuisine, exquisite chocolates, and historical UNESCO-listed landmarks. Belgium is home to Dutch-speaking (Flemish) people and French-speaking (Brussels and Walloon) people, who share a rich Belgian culture that embraces their language differences.

Diving in Belgium offers an enormous variation for divers. There are WWII and ancient wrecks in the North Sea, plus wonderful inland (artificial) lakes with crystal-clear waters. With a variety of stone quarries and reservoirs in the Ardennes, plus vast networks of mines and caves, there is something for every adventurous diver to enjoy. Belgium also has unparalleled indoor diving locations, making it a perfect year-round dive destination.

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Facts about Belgium

C, E

Power Plug Type

BRU, CRL

Airports

EUR

Currency

fr, nl

Language

220 V / 50 Hz

Electricity

UTC+01:00

Timezone

Base/KPN, Belgacom/Proximus, Mobistar/Orange, Telenet BidCo NV

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Wildlife Encounters in Belgium

Dive Sites to visit in Belgium