Set Sail in Raja Ampat
Exploring Raja Ampat by liveaboard (like the beautiful Silolona) allows you to access some of the most remote, and spectacular, dive sites in the coral triangle, if not the world. Just make sure you pack your Go Pro. Don’t have one? Borrow ours.
India - Original Diver. Raja Ampat
Safari and Scuba
Spend a week exploring the Serengeti for the Big Five before swimming with whale sharks off Mafia Island, which are guaranteed between October and April.
The Original Diving Team. Tanzania
Life is in the Detail
Belize houses some of the most diverse diving in the Caribbean. Descend into the mysterious Blue Hole, explore the healthy corals of the Lighthouse Reef and spot manatees in Placencia.
Amy - Original Diver. Belize
Discover the Red Sea
Reached by liveaboard, Elphinstone is one of my favourite dive sites in the Red Sea. Drift past beautiful soft corals, huge shoals of fish and best of all, oceanic white tip sharks.
Louisa - Head of Diving. Egypt
Raja Ampat just happens to sit right on the bullseye of the Coral Triangle, which is the area of highest marine biodiversity on earth. With more species of fish and coral than anywhere else on our planet, the diving here is jaw-dropping.
Whether travelling with young kids or a grown family, we have found the ultimate family diving destinations for you.
Find the perfect romantic destination for your diving honeymoon. We have found quite a few.
This is one of the last few genuine frontier areas left on the planet. Mention Papua New Guinea and people will probably have visions of cannibals marauding through the jungle. Well, nowadays, the only headhunters you’re likely to come across are Australian recruitment consultants on holiday, but they – and you – would be among the first people to explore what is a truly original destination.
Two different coastlines, two totally different types of diving, both offering something very special.
Exuding exotic adventures of Indonesian sailing boats travelling the historical Spice routes, seafaring on the Silolona is a luxurious nautical experience.
The Laucala Island Resort in Fiji is without a doubt one of the world’s top island resorts and once there it is easy to see why. It is very, very special.
Vamizi Island is an eight-mile long finger of jungle covered island, fringed by idyllic sandy beaches and pristine coral reefs. It also happens to be about the most idyllic barefoot luxury destination on the planet.
Sitting on the edge of the Red Sea, Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh is an oasis of Egyptian decadence and with a certified PADI dive centre offering a wealth of courses, the resort is a luxurious haven for divers.
Home to some of the best diving on earth, incredible landscapes and world class hotels, Indonesia is one of our favourite countries. There are some 17,000 islands to choose from but we know the very best spots to head to.
The Maldives is a world-class diving destination, particularly if you like diving with big fish. Above the waves you find pure white sand, blue seas and world-class hotels. What's not to like?
The Philippines has an incredible amount of variety in the form of WWII wrecks, pristine reefs, world-class muck diving and one of our favourites: the thresher shark.
The Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) is made up of four states from West to East: Yap, Chuuk (previously known as Truk), Pohnpei and Kosrae. Theses states make up approximately 607 islands (only 65 are inhabited) spread over 2,500km just north of the equator in the Western Pacific.
Galapagos liveaboard diving, simply the best way to dive the Galapagos Islands.
Stunning soft corals, great marine life, beautiful beaches and the 'friendliest people on Earth'. What's not to like about Fiji.
Scattered like dabs of possibility on an adventurer’s palette, the Bahamas are ready-made for exploration. Just ask Christopher Columbus, he bumped against these limestone landscapes in 1492 and changed the course of history.
Set in the remote Baa Atoll, Soneva Fushi, offers a Robinson Crusoe-style escape. The epitome of barefoot luxury, adhere to a ‘no news, no shoes’ policy and revel in some of the best water-based adventures in the Maldives.
Sharm el-Sheikh is an oasis in the desert covered Sinai peninsula, featuring luxurious hotels and world class diving.
Private tented camps, yachts and diving are what make this trip so special. You just can’t get it anywhere else.
Combine great safari experiences with some of the best diving in East Africa.
With some of the most pristine reefs on earth, Wakatobi is paradise for those that love coral and the small stuff - particularly the pygmy seahorse!
Komodo is a stunning destination both above and below the waves. This national park has some of the very best diving on earth.
Located midway between the Philippines and Guam in the western part of the Caroline Islands (this eastern part is known as Micronesia), the nation's claim to fame is now its world-class diving...
Amanpulo Resort is Pamalican Island. The name means ‘peaceful island’, and it’s easy to see why. Pamalican’s 250 pristine acres are totally tranquil, with nothing but the luxurious 40-room hideaway, verdant vegetation, exotic bird life and what must be one of the planet’s all-time greatest beaches, a seemingly endless stretch of the finest white powder sloping into clear turquoise waters.
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