Starkly beautiful islands, dragons, volcanoes, azure waters, luscious reefs, and a huge and healthy biodiversity of underwater critters make diving the Komodo area of Indonesia a truly unforgettable experience. The photos of underwater photographer Judy G showcases the region.
Great package with Palasia, a 4-star hotel and Fish 'n Fins, 5 stars PADI IDC center in Palau.
7 nights accommodation (double occupancy) with breakfast, all transfers, 5 days diving (2 tanks a day) with lunch and drinking bottle.
Enjoy the luxury with Palau's underwater beauty led by Fish 'n Fins experienced guides and the most comfortable dive boats.
Winter is rapidly approaching and with it the flurry of holiday festivities that all too soon come to an end - for everyone else that is except the divers joining us at Riding Rock Resort & Marina for our winter “Beat the Holiday Blues Special.” Plan your winter vacation for travel January 4 – February 7, 2014, and Riding Rock will offer you a seven night Island Escape Package for the six night price. You'll be getting one free night accommodation, 3 free meals, and 3 free dives.
Join us to explore the famous dive sites of Raja Ampat, which offer everything a diver could wish for - from the majestic manta ray to the photogenic pygmy seahorse!NB: This is a rare opportunity to book our luxury MasterSuite - the next time will be 2016!
Do you love diving with sharks?Are you fascinated by the kings of the ocean? If the answer is yes, then pencil your calendar March 3-10, 2014 and start packing.Join SHARK WEEK PALAU 2014, the 12th annual event to celebrate the Sharks World’s Haven, Palau.
American divers are the luckiest on the planet. Our fair country boasts some of the best dive sites in the world, from the towering kelp forests of California to the silent underwater museums of the Great Lakes, the deep, cold quarries of the Midwest, the wreck-littered Outer Banks of North Carolina, and the sunny coral gardens of the Florida Keys. Take a look at the best of American dive culture.
Bermuda is known as the 'Shipwreck Capital of the World'. Discover more than five centuries of nautical history beneath Bermuda’s crystal clear waters. At some sites, shipwrecks rest so close to one another that you can explore multiple ships in a single dive. Many people mistakenly believe our Island is part of the Caribbean. In fact, we rest hundreds of miles north of the Bahamas in an astoundingly beautiful stretch of the Atlantic, a mere 650 miles (1,046 kilometers) east of North Carolina. Flights from New York and other eastern US cities reach our shores in less than two hours and flights from the UK reach the Island in approximately seven hours.