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Scuba Diving

Explore the underwater world with scuba diving. Dive beneath the surface and discover vibrant coral reefs, exotic marine life, and hidden treasures. Glide through the water, encountering sea turtles, colourful fish, and majestic sharks. Each dive unveils the mysteries of the ocean, leaving you in awe of its beauty.

Our Recommendations

  • The Old Ghost Road is a renowned mountain biking trail located on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island. It traverses rugged landscapes, ancient forests, and historic mining sites, offering a challenging and scenic ride for mountain biking enthusiasts. 

  • The Cayman Islands are renowned for their clear waters, vibrant coral reefs, and diverse marine ecosystems. Divers can explore iconic dive sites such as the Bloody Bay Wall in Little Cayman, Stingray City in Grand Cayman, and the USS Kittiwake wreck, encountering a wide variety of marine life, including stingrays, reef sharks, and colorful tropical fish. 

  • The waters off Cancun and Playa del Carmen in Mexico's Riviera Maya offer excellent diving opportunities, including drift dives along vibrant coral reefs, encounters with marine life such as sea turtles and eagle rays, and exploring underwater caverns and cenotes in the region's unique limestone formations. 

  • Sipadan Island, located off the coast of Sabah in Malaysian Borneo, is one of the world's top dive destinations. Divers can experience thrilling encounters with schools of barracudas, reef sharks, and large pelagics, as well as explore the island's famous underwater "turtle tomb." Nearby Semporna also offers fantastic diving with diverse marine life and vibrant coral reefs. 

  • The SS Yongala shipwreck, located off the coast of Queensland in Australia, is one of the world's best wreck dives. This coral-encrusted wreck attracts a rich variety of marine life, including giant groupers, sea turtles, and schools of fish. Divers can explore the intact wreck and witness the incredible biodiversity of the Great Barrier Reef marine park. 


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