Our service for divers
Looking to explore the underwater world of Lake Achensee? Here’s everything you need to know: where to rent diving equipment, where to get diving permits, where to book professional guides. Of course, we also share our tips on where to find the best dive spots.
The Achensee holiday region offers accommodations to suit everyone: inns, pensions, holiday apartments, farm-stay holidays, and hotels from budget to 5-star. In addition, there are five campsites for those who want to enjoy the benefits of staying outdoors in the beautiful nature surrounding Tirol’s largest lake.
Professional diving equipment is available to hire from the diving school “Tauchen in Tirol”. When you bring your own equipment, make sure that it is suitable for cold-water diving.
Filling station for compressed air and Nitrox
The Hotel Post am See in Pertisau offers compressed air and Nitrox fills.
Diving in Lake Achensee has been generally prohibited since 1991. Special regulations apply to diving clubs and diving schools. Self-guided recreational diving in Lake Achensee is allowed with an individual diving permit which can be purchased at the Achensee experience shop and local selling points.
The team of instructors have many years of expertise and experience in diving.
Escorted dives are a great way to explore the underwater world with a professional, whether you are a new diver or looking to expand your diving knowledge. Guides can be booked via the Hotel Post am See in Pertisau or the diving school “Tauchen in Tirol“.
Diving at Lake Achensee is only permitted in the designated zone, which extends on the eastern side of the lake from Hechenberg south to tunnel north below the Achensee federal road.
Excellent water quality and underwater visibility of up to ten metres make Lake Achensee a popular spot for diving. Here you can find the current water temperatures at Lake Achensee.