Sulawesi, Indonesia – Straights of Lembeh
The trip of a lifetime awaits in exotic and safe, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, home to the legendary Straits of Lembeh and Bunaken Marine Park. North Sulawesi is known for the best critter/muck diving in the world – rare and unusual creatures one would never dream of seeing!
Bonaire is located in the southern Caribbean near Aruba and has long been voted the best shore diving in the Caribbean and many peoples favorite Caribbean destination, period. The diving has little to no current and most of the dive sites can be easily accessed from shore allowing divers to do the dives of their choice and not be limited by the dive operations guidelines.
This is one of our staff’s favorite destinations and offers diver’s of all levels an exceptional experience. A place once visited that one would go back to over and over.
Cage Diving with Great Whites in Guadalupe
Guadalupe Island, off the Baja Peninsula of Mexico is the best place in the world to see Great White Sharks, outperforming South Africa and Australia in reliability and consistency of seeing these Apex Predators and also in visibility, which can range form 125-150 feet of clear blue water! Well over 100 recognizable individuals have been documented in this protected viewing area. This is one of the coolest trips we have been on even though it is cage diving. When one is literally face-to-face with one of these magnificent animals that has not changed in 60 million years of evolution it is an unforgettable experience that one is happy to experience from behind the bars of a well built cage. The vessel we use has four cages and two are hydraulically submersible down to 40 feet. This brings you to the animals rather than trying to chum them to surface cages with gallons of blood and stinky fish.The entire operation is first class.
Chuuk (Truk) Lagoon & Palau
Cozumel – Cuzamil in the Mayan language – means the place of the swallows and was once one of the holiest places in the Mayan kingdom. Today it is known as some of the best reef diving in the Western Caribbean.
What makes Cozumel unique is the gentle, steady current that renders all boat dives into drift dives and also nourishes the life at the base of the food chain. The current literally puts nutrient in the mouths of coral and sponges. Consequently everything up the food chain thrives also. Coral heads are mountainous and fish populations are always good.
The people are friendly, there are great restaurants and, unlike other parts of Mexico, Cozumel is safe for travel. As in the rest of the Yucatan, the area below the surface of the island is honeycombed with underwater caves, many of which are unexplored. We have many great friends there and Cozumel will always occupy a special place in our hearts.