Drake Bay is a small but well-known town in one of the most inaccessible regions of Costa Rica. You can only get there by boat and cell phones are mostly out of range. From here you can dive around Caño-island.
Playa del Coco lies on a horseshoe-shaped bay, in which any thinkable water sport can be practised. Of all possibilities, the diving tourism is the most popular.
Guanacaste is a well-known region for both tourism in Costa Rica. Along with nice scuba diving opportunities, you will find lots of other possibilities for activities and excursions like jungle trekkings, rafting and surfing.
Byron Bay is a major tourist area best known for beaches and surfing. Tourism in this town flourishes, and you will find lots of outdoor activities to participate in.
Rated one of the top ten Australian scuba diving locations, Julian Rocks is located just 2.5 kilometres from the beaches of Byron Bay. There are a number of dive sites available for all levels of divers.
The Alor Archipelago is very difficult to reach. Therefore, tourism on this inhospitable piece of land is still pretty under developed. Diving occurs primarily from live aboards.
Off the eastcoast of Australia lies the Great Barrier Reef: the longest, largest and most complex reef system in the world.
Charles Darwin made the Galapagos Islands famous. Darwin developed his theory of evolution because of his visit to this group of islands.
The biodiversity here is enormous. The marine life is a mix of the Caribbean, the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
Diving in Mozambique is an adventurous and not so obvious choice of destination. Therefore, the thriving marine life is unprecedented in its variety. Ponta do Ouro offers the best in diving experiences within the easiest reach.