Heron Island – a relaxing way to dive the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Plus: Turtles pretty much guaranteed!
Which of the many Solomon Islands dive adventures is for you: would it be the wrecks of Iron Bottom Sound, the fantastic colourful reefs, the points where pelagics swarm, or a little bit of everything?
Close your eyes and imagine Paradise, what image does that word conjure up? Well that paradise does exist in the Cocos Keeling Islands, made up of 27 coral islands surrounding a turquoise lagoon, making for rather fantastic diving conditions.
Many think that the Whitsundays is just a playground for the rich and famous with luxury yachts and long white beaches. Think again: there’s plenty of scuba diving in the Whitsundays and nearby reefs of the Great Barrier Reef.
With names like Purple Haze, Black Magic and Instant Replay – Fiji’s little-known Vatu-I-Ra has some of the best and best-named 🙂 dive sites in Fiji
Extra Divers Worldwide opened their much-anticipated Christmas Island Dive Centre on 1 October 2016. The new dive centre combined with the weekly Saturday charter flight that operates from Jakarta makes Christmas Island so much more accessible.
Lord Howe Island Dive Week is a scuba diving holiday package combining the best tropical and sub-tropical diving in NSW with luxury accommodation, dining and world-class activities at a World Heritage site listed for global natural significance.
Want to experience those great wrecks and reefs in the Solomon Islands but with the comfort of air-con and hot showers? A trip aboard a Solomon Islands liveaboard might just be your ideal Solomons dive holiday!
If you’ve read any of our blog posts about diving Malaysia, or follow us on Instagram or Facebook, you’ve probably heard of the Sipadan Reef, but there’s lot of great diving to be found in Malaysia, here are six more diving destinations to add to your (ever-growing) list.
The diving at Uepi is spectacular – it’s a great place to experience the fantastic marine life that the Solomons has to offer; and for a very good reason: it’s a barrier island between Marovo Lagoon and the deep blue sea beyond.
With so many really special dive sites around Australia, to ask us to pick our favourite spot is a big ask. But that’s exactly what Bupa Travel Insurance asked us in their recent article, ‘Scuba Diving Adventures Around Australia’.
More often than not, the best diving is off the beaten track. In the case of diving Kadavu and Taveuni, this holds particularly true as their dive sites include the world class dive sites of the Great White Wall, Rainbow Reef and the great Astrolabe Reef.