Located at the heart of the Mediterranean, the English speaking nation of Malta offers year round sunshine and an intriguing history. Consisting of three islands, each has its own characteristics and a spectacular variety of dive sites, mainly famed for wrecks and caves.
Actually two Islands - Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh - the fabulous scenery extends down below the water line into the aquamarine waters of Phang Nga Bay. Limestone cliffs plunge underwater, forming the colourful soft coral walls for which Phi Phi is famous.
Grand Cayman is the largest of the three islands and home to the capital, George Town. Ideal for divers and snorkellers, the island is known for its coral reefs and underwater walls, as well as a number of shipwrecks, plus stingrays and turtles galore.
Destination: Cayman Islands
The smallest of Thailand’s main gulf coast islands, Koh Tao is considered one of the best and cheapest places to learn to dive or further your education. The pretty Japanese Gardens are ideal for beginners, whilst the Southwest and Chumpon Pinnacles attract sharks.
Affectionately known as ‘Provo’ this is the most visited island in the Turks and Caicos, and offers powder white sand beaches, traditional Caribbean villages and historical sites. Divers will enjoy a 20 kilometre long barrier reef with sharks, jacks, turtles, rays and dolphins.
Destination: Turks & Caicos Islands
Speyside is located in Northeast Tobago, an ecological haven with 400 bird species, ancient tropical rainforests, protected leatherback and green turtles, and secluded beaches. Enjoy drift dives over healthy coral reefs, nurse sharks and occasionally something larger.
Often overlooked as a dive destination, Bali offers exceptional diving, from superb macro life to exciting drift dives and encounters with mantas. The wreck of the USS Liberty at Tulamben is the island’s signature dive, while the elusive mola mola are seen seasonally.
Surrounded by the longest barrier reef in the hemisphere, Roatan offers much for divers. Highlights include possible whale sharks sightings, excellent wrecks, deep fissures, peaceful eel gardens and shallow terraces where countless macro photo opportunities abound.
Located in Southern Tobago, Crown Point is full of friendly people and offers visitors a lively atmosphere, with plenty of restaurants and bars. A great place to learn to dive, the surrounding reefs offer great gentle drift dives and the wreck of the MV Maverick.
Lying just north of Venezuela, Bonaire is a perfect year-round family destination, with little rainfall, a village feel and much to see and do. Undoubtedly the shore diving capital of the world, this is a also great choice for those wanting to learn to dive, and photographers.
Destination: ABC Islands
Aruba is a small Caribbean island just 30 kilometres long, with some of the finest beaches you will ever see. Dubbed the wreck diving capital of the Caribbean, there are a number of famous sites including the Antilla and the Pedernales.
Destination: ABC Islands
Known as the ‘Spice Island’ of the Caribbean, Grenada is unspoilt and full of history, with natural beauty both in and out of the water. Sheer relaxation, invigorating adventures or a combination of both will definitely satisfy your Spice Experience!
Destination: Grenada & Carriacou
Aqaba’s Red Sea coastline offers easy access to over 20 shore diving sites along the fringing reef with colourful marine life, well preserved corals, pinnacles, canyons and walls. The crystal clear waters and pleasant climate make Aqaba an ideal year round destination.
Oman’s capital blends old and new, from traditional souks to the breathtaking Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque. Divers can enjoy healthy reefs and an abundant marine life with devil rays, leopard sharks and grouper, as well as dolphins and whales..
The smallest and least developed of the islands, Little Cayman offers a peaceful getaway with a flourishing wildlife above and under the water. Underwater highlights include the Bloody Bay Wall, with its colourful coral gardens and magnificent marine life.