The more intrepid diver may seek out the diverse marine life and
warm waters of the Pacific islands.
Papua New Guinea sits at the western edge of the Pacific Ocean
and has been much lauded among macro photographers and pelagic
lovers alike. Whether you prefer the big fish action at Kavieng or
a liveaboard to explore the outer islands, diving PNG's pristine
reefs in March will blow your mind.
The Easter holidays are an ideal time to visit Palau
to see manta rays feeding in the German Channel and grey reef
sharks riding the currents at Blue Corner. Dust off your reef hook
and head for the warmer Pacific climes and the world's premier
shark sanctuary for some of the best spring diving on the
The mere mention of the Caribbean warms the soul as it conjures
images of Calypso music, coconut trees and a Pina Colada (or two).
Spring signals a great time to head to the pristine reefs and
underwater sculpture parks in Grenada. April also throws up the
opportunity of whale watching at Silver Bank in the Dominican
Republic, via a liveaboard trip from nearby Turks & Caicos.
A little closer to home, spring diving in Egypt sees
the Red Sea beginning to warm in preparation for its busy summer
season. By May, the water temperature is back in the mid-twenties,
and you can beat the summer crowds and enjoy the wrecks, walls and
endless visibility of Hurghada. Take in the pyramids in Cairo,
cruise down the Nile onboard the luxurious Steam Ship Sudan, before
taking the plunge on Hurghada's reefs for the perfect start to the
When the time arrives to spring into action (excuse the pun) and
start planning your dive trip, our team of diving specialists are
on hand to help you tailor your perfect spring diving holiday to
ensure your year's diving gets off to the best possible start.