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.
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.
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.
North Sulawesi is home to the beautiful steep coral reef walls of Bunaken National Marine Park, attracting divers of all levels to its warm waters, clear visibility and pristine walls covered in soft corals and sponges, surrounded by barracuda, moray eels and turtles.
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
The central region comprises Malé and Ari atolls, Felidhoo, Faafu and the smaller Rasdhoo Atoll. It is the most popular area for both dive resorts and liveaboards, with excellent shore diving from house reefs and large pelagics on drift dives.
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..
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.
For divers interested in the weird and wonderful, Lembeh Strait offers the best muck diving on earth! Attracting marine experts from around the world, it is home to a huge array of rare and unusual marine life, with new species regularly being discovered.
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.
Off the northwest coast of Lombok, lie the three famous islands of Gili Air, Gili Meno and Gili Trawangan. The islands boast white sandy beaches and clear turquoise waters with extensive reefs, abundant sea life and turtles, which are popular with divers and snorkellers.
Surrounded by the longest barrier reef in the hemisphere, Roatan offers much for divers. Highlights include possible whale shark sightings, excellent wrecks, deep fissures, peaceful eel gardens and shallow terraces with countless macro photo opportunities.
Remote and relatively untouched, Northern Mozambique features uninhabited tropical islands, glorious beaches and unspoilt wilderness. Expect an incredible diversity of marine life from tiny colourful creatures to humpback whales in season.
The unique landscapes of Lanzarote set it apart from the other Canary Islands. Long sunny days, pristine beaches, warm temperatures, a relaxed atmosphere, variety of dives sites and great visibility attract visitors throughout the year. And it’s only four hours from the UK.
One of the Riviera Maya’s best known locations, the small town of Tulum consists of three areas: the Mayan ruins, the small town and the beach strip. It offers easy access to the Mesoamerican reef, Cenotes and cave systems for divers.