An archipelago of huge volcanic peaks breaking the surface in the mid-Atlantic, the Azores is a spectacular destination for diving, hiking or whale watching. The lush green islands are untouched by mass tourism and the local waters hold a rich marine biodiversity, most notably a wide variety of whale and dolphin species.
Iceland is more amazing than you could ever imagine, with stunning natural wonders and unique diving opportunities in crystal clear waters, between tectonic plates or inside a geothermal lake. This land of fire and ice boasts a rich culture and rugged nature, 24 hours of sunshine and plenty of adventure.
This archipelago of three islands lies at the heart of the Mediterranean, offering year round sunshine, an intriguing 7,000 year history, unique culture, captivating places of interest, a bustling nightlife and superb diving conditions. Malta is popular for learning to dive and underwater highlights include wrecks and the caves and caverns of Gozo.
With over 25,000 kilometres of spectacular coastline to explore, Norway is blessed with some of the world’s finest cold water diving experiences. From WWII wrecks to vibrant kelp forests, and ocean giants to abundant critters, Norway offers plentiful opportunities for the adventurous diver.
Spain’s coast and volcanic islands include diving the Atlantic, Mediterranean and Cantabrian Sea. The marine reserves are home to plentiful and diverse marine life, with caves, reefs and wrecks to explore. The climate in the Canary Islands is considered one of the best in the world, welcoming visitors year round.