As one of the seven wonders of the underwater world, the Red Sea & Egypt offer scuba divers some of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs, plentiful marine life, and a wide variety of diverse dive sites. Both northern and southern Red Sea areas offer excellent diving, with the former offering amazing wrecks including the world-renowned SS Thistlegorm, and the latter, including the islands of Big Brother, Little Brother, and Daedalus, offering dramatic encounters with manta rays and various shark species.
Every scuba diver of all levels can enjoy the magnificent diving in Bali. The best dive sites for beginners are around Amed, Padang Bay, and Pulau Menjangan which have very light or often no current at all. … Many Places around Bali are also VERY good for snorkelling especially on the East Coast from Padang Bay to Amed.
Hosting divers in both the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand from over 1200 miles of coastline, this scuba destination is a great fit for divers of any level. Scuba diving in Thailand is popular due to the opportunity to dive with whale sharks and manta rays. You can see many pelagics but also smaller fish and critters. Many dive sites have beautiful hard and soft coral and abundant marine life. Thailand dive schools have a great reputation, which is why it is also known as one of the best destinations to learn scuba diving or learn new skills as a certified diver. A combination of big and small marine life, wrecks and dive sites for a variety of levels make Thailand one of the best scuba diving destinations in Southeast Asia.
Manado – A focus on reefs and macro for shrimps, crabs, cephalopods, nudibranchs and other abundant critters in the reefs and sand.
SPECIALISTS IN LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL DIVING TRAVEL DESTINATIONS FOR MEDIUM TO LARGE GROUPS.