Tufi offers a unique environment for divers: sponges and corals play host to a macro wonderland on the walls of the fjords, while the outer reef experience is unsurpassed, with dozens of world-class dive sites, spectacular marine life and untouched WWII wrecks.
Destination: Papua New Guinea
Located a 45 minute drive south of Cancun, Puerto Aventuras is home to a luxury yachting community in the heart of the Mayan Riviera. The main attraction from here is to dive or snorkel the cenotes, but you can also enjoy ocean diving and the Mayan ruins of Tulum.
A combination of millions of years of geological activity and climate changes have created an incredible and unique eco-system in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. The Cenotes, caves and caverns can be explored by divers and snorkellers - an excellent adventure.
Osa Peninsula stands out as the finest wildlife experience in a country renowned for its natural wonders. Corcovado is one of the most biologically intense places on earth, but it is the big fish encounters of Caño Island that are of particular interest to divers here.
Destination: Costa Rica
The south of Belize is the least populated region of the country, and is characterised by pristine rainforest dotted with intruiging Mayan ruins, paradise tropical islands, beautiful beaches and idyllic cayes surrounded by pristine coral reefs.
The Antarctic Peninsula is the most accessible part of the great white continent with some of its best wildlife and scenery. Sculpted icebergs, imposing glaciers and rugged mountains provide the back drop to more whales and dolphins than anywhere else on earth.
Located at the mouth of the Spencer Gulf, these two island groups are home to a breeding colony of New Zealand fur seals. However, the most common seasonal visitors are great white sharks. The ultimate diving adventure awaits!
Set amongst the rugged topography in Thingvellir National Park, Silfra is one of the world’s top cold water dive sites and, with visibility of over 100 metres, is incredible for photography. Although best in the summer, this challenging site can be dived all year.
Thingvellir represents the political and natural foundations of Iceland and is one of the most frequently visited tourist sites, easily accessible from Reykjavik. It is an ancient site with a significant geological history and home to some extraordinary dive sites.
Australia’s third largest island lies of the coast of Adelaide. Famed for its native wildlife, majestic scenery and adventure activities, the temperate waters around Kangaroo Island are home to the unique leafy seadragon, as well as pods of dolphin and New Zealand fur seals.
The Coral Sea extends to the east of Australia, encompassing remote coral atolls and an exceptionally healthy marine life. Divers head to the remote Osprey Reef, only accessible by liveaboard, for shark encounters and manta ray and whales in season.
Ningaloo Reef stretches 250 kilometres along the mid-west coast of Australia, where you can dive amongst a kaleidoscope of tropical marine life. Suitable for snorkellers as well as divers, expect whale shark, manta ray and humpback whale encounters in season.
This impeccably managed marine reserve bursts with life, and is supported by habitats such as seagrass beds and mangroves. Highlights include six species of shark and even American saltwater crocodiles.
The remote Banda Sea in eastern Indonesia is a vast expanse of water which includes Ambon, the Banda Islands, Seram, Wetar, Kai and Aru Islands. Best explored by liveaboard, it offers abundant marine life on pristine reefs, steep drop-offs, and pelagics and critters galore.
Time passes slowly on the Andaman Islands, a pristine location 900 kilometres to the east of India. Untouched by mass tourism, divers can discover relatively uncharted and unexplored waters full of incredible marine life.
Located on the west coast, Negombo is the gateway for most Sri Lankan adventures. Historically the port attracted foreign trade whilst today the town has a thriving fishing industry and welcomes tourists to its sandy beach.
Destination: Sri Lanka
Trincomalee, commonly known as Trinco, is built around a natural deep water harbour and has played a strategic role throughout history. Located on Sri Lanka's east coast, blue whales are seen from here in season, as they migrate around the coast.