Holidays

Oman

  • Duration: Minimum 3 nights
  • Average dives per trip: 8
  • Cost: Contact us for details

Explore Oman’s best diving spots – Musandam, Damaniyat islands and the Hallaniyat islands. Pristine coral reefs teem with a huge variety of life including majestic whale sharks and nesting turtles. Dive sites are relatively untouched and new sites are being discovered all the time. Upcoming liveaboard trips to the seas of Musandam will be in May, July and December 2016.

The Maldives

  • Duration: Minimum 8 nights
  • Average dives per trip: 15
  • Cost: Contact us for details

The Maldives boasts excellent coral reefs and an abundance of aquatic life and wrecks which makes it one of the best diving destinations in the world. You can easily dive from the beach on many islands and almost every island has its Manta or Shark Point! Most of the best diving in the Maldives can be enjoyed as drift dives and of course not to mention a living on the open seas for a few days on a liveaboard where your only concerns are eating, sleeping and diving!

Dahab and Sherm AlShaikh

  • Duration: Minimum 4 nights
  • Average dives per trip: 9
  • Cost: Contact us for details

The red sea boasts clear, azure waters, sheltered reefs, millions of fish, pinnacles, walls, coral gardens and wrecks. They all send a siren call to scuba divers and mark the red sea as a world class scuba diving destination.

Sri Lanka

  • Duration: Minimum 4 nights
  • Average dives per trip: 9
  • Cost: Contact us for details

The busy commercial capital of Sri Lanka is one of Asia’s best kept diving secrets. With over 10 wrecks, Colombo offers world class wreck diving in close proximity to the international airport and a major city. Explore the immense cargo holds of intact freighters such as the Pecheur Breton (Cargo Wreck ) and the Medhufaru, play with the friendly lionfish at the Nilgiri Tug or discover history on WWI wrecks such as the SS Perseus. Most wrecks are in the 20-30m depth range and easy to access being less than 30 minutes boat ride from the shore.

But Colombo diving is not limited to wrecks. Wide angle enthusiasts can explore current swept outer reefs with soft coral and massive gorgonian sea fans while macro photographers can search for nudibranchs, crabs, shrimps, electric rays, pipefish, sea moths and other critters on the rocky reefs. The wrecks also teem with marine life, from large schools of snappers and fusiliers to visiting pelagics such as dogtooth tuna, wahoo and eagle rays.