Australia – From rainforests to underwater diving, we can arrange hotels, resorts and live-aboards to suit all your dive and travel needs.
French Polynesia – Look into a world of French and Polynesian culture that will take you to many different sites from waterfalls, pearl farms, helicopters, deep sea fishing to tropical lagoons. Tahiti has it all.
Fiji – Over 330 islands with one thousand miles of white sand beaches. From quaint resorts to upscale designer hotels and wonderful live-aboards, Fiji has something for everyone in the family.
Tonga – Never to have been colonized by a foreign power, Tonga preserves its ancient traditions alongside modern policies designed to stimulate economic development. Tonga consists of 171 islands, only 45 of its islands are inhabited
New Caledonia – In the heart of the South Pacific lies a beautiful island surrounded by an emerald green lagoon, the perfect spot for a dive holiday!
Vanuatu – An archipelago of 83 islands with a unique blend of intact tribal communities, resorts, beaches and geography ranging from accessible volcanoes to pristine underwater environments, offering unique and memorable experiences.
Papua New Guinea – From its rugged mountains and its low lying swamps, to steaming volcanoes and coral atolls, Papua New Guinea is a country of vast geographical diversity. Starting with the Highlands to the Sepik River, no phones, no faxes, no electricity, very simple people living the lives they know. Fly over to one of the outer islands and discover some of the exciting diving in Kavieng or Walindi, or jump on board one of the many liveaboards.
Solomon Islands – Guadalcanal as some know it, located near the islands of New Georgia and Gizo. Here you will find spectacular wall dives covered with colored sea fans, soft corals, wrecks of ships, airplanes and huge schools of jacks and other good size fish. From liveaboards out of Honiara to land base hotels and resorts. Gizo, Munda and Uepi Island await your call.
Micronesia – Greek for "the small islands", which is exactly what you will find in this small corner of the Pacific. Micronesia consists of the island groups of Palau, Yap, Chuuk (Truk Lagoon), Kosrae and Pohnpei.
Hawaii – The Hawaiian Islands offer experiences you'll not find anywhere else on earth. Glistening sands, gentle surf, fountains of lava, mystical rainforests, humpback whales and timeless legends telling of great spirits await you.
South-East Asia & the Indian Ocean
Maldives– Lying across the Equator in the middle of the Indian Ocean awaits the pristine tropical jewel of the Maldives. 1190 islands on 26 atolls to cruise in luxury.
Indonesia – At the crossroads of oceans, continents and ocean shelves, lies fantastic Sulawesi, where each dive is a chance to interact with unique, rare undersea life. Further South, Bali and Komodo.
Raja Ampat - It’s reefs are an oceanic crossroads where the Pacific and Indian Ocean species collide. The archipelago’s gateway is Sorong. From here, live-aboards offer divers the luxury of exploring he archipelago from South to North.
Malaysia – With Sipadan as one of the top five dive destinations in the world, Malaysia also offers numerous tourist attractions including the sacred Mount Kinabalu, Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary, jungle expeditions, white water rafting and fascinating tribal culture.
Philippines – More than 7,000 islands of lush tropical greenery, ringed with unspoiled beaches, are scattered around these deep-blue waters – waters which offer about 40,000 square kilometers of coral reefs teeming with a wide variety of marine life.
Thailand - On the east side of the Indian Ocean in the Andaman Sea awaits islands and reefs filled with a fabulous and exotic diversity of colorful sea life in a land of intrigue and history.
From walking through the fantastic ruins of Karnak at Luxor, to shopping the bazaars of Cairo and seeing the Sphinx and Pyramids at dawn, no place on earth compares to the mysteries and adventure of Egypt. Combine this with over one thousand varieties of fish and the awesome spectacle of reefs, walls and wrecks covered with hard and soft coral in the Red Sea and you have an unbeatable vacation.
With over 35 unique destinations, the Caribbean provides a wide variety of tropical isles for all kinds of vacationers. Beach-goers will be delighted with the white sand beaches in most of the Caribbean; those in search of waves will want to head to beaches on the eastern side of those islands closest to the Atlantic, while snorkelers & divers may choose the calmer waters of beaches facing the Caribbean Sea.