Diving in Fiji…
The Fijian islands and atolls are embraced by a network of brilliant coral reefs and are known for their pelagics. Divers here can see a variety of sharks and rays including manta, grey reef, hammerheads and silver tips along with schools of fish and colourful hard and soft corals. Drift dives, often with strong current, over steep walls and pinnacles should be expected. However you will also spend time throughout the trip in sheltered lagoons and coral gardens where the reefs shelter smaller critters too.
Diving in Galapagos…
Ecuador has the privilege to hold within its boundaries the legendary Galapagos Islands.
Few people have the opportunity of diving its pristine seas and no place on Earth will boast such a variety of underwater sightings. Your underwater adventures will encompass everything from whales to nudibranchs and much, much more. The islands are best known for amazing shark diving and you will generally have the chance to encounter silky sharks, the famous Galapagos shark and LOTS of schooling hammerheads. Macro-lovers will also get their share of the action with an abundance of seahorses, blennies, hawk fishes and many others little critters.
Your trip to the Galapagos will be filled with memories to last you a lifetime. Although your experiences may be challenging, the rewards will be unforgettable!
Diving in Mexico…
Baja California has long been treasured by scuba divers around the world as a unique underwater paradise and offers a varied, surprising and exciting diving. On the Eastern side, the Sea of Cortez hosts a wide range of sea life, from invertebrates to whale sharks and with very comfortable sea and water temperatures throughout most of the year, it makes the diving experience even better!
The Western side is not forgotten and some of your adventures might take you to the San Benito islands, which are considered the best kelp forest diving in the world with the added bonus of playful seals and crystal-blue visibility. The Revillagigedo Archipelago Biosphere Reserve of Socorro, San Benedicto, Roca Partida and Clarion Islands are found 250 miles from the mainland, offering a unique ecosystem which is often nicknamed the ‘Mini-Galapagos’.
The Yucatan peninsula on the other side of the country has since the 60’s become the Mecca for divers in the Caribbean. The combination of spectacular coral reefs and the exceptional water clarity makes it a diver’s heaven.
Diving in Palau…
Most tourists who come here like to spend their time underwater, for Palau is among the world’s most spectacular diving and snorkelling destinations. Drift dives are the norm and sites are varied featuring coral reefs, blue holes, wartime wrecks, hidden caves and tunnels and vertical drop-offs. In terms of marine life divers can expect to see a variety of reef sharks, huge schools of jacks and barracuda, manta and eagle rays, Napoleon wrasse and batfish coupled with many critters and impressive coral reefs. There are also some outright miracles of evolution: giant clams that weigh a quarter of a ton and a lake teeming with 21 million softly pulsating, stingless jellyfish!
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