Your chance to win a 10 night Cocos Island liveaboard holiday – enter now!

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UK-based Tour Operator Equator Diving has just launched an exclusive prize draw to win a 10 night Cocos trip on the amazing Sea Hunter Liveaboard!

Cocos Island offers some of the greatest diving in the world and is famed for its huge number of sharks, including schooling Hammerheads and Tiger Sharks. You can enter the prize draw either at Equator Diving’s website or at the upcoming NEC Dive Show at Equator Diving’s stand (P8 near the photo zone). The T&Cs for the prize draw can be found on the entry form. Entry into the prize draw closes on 12th November 2017 and the winner will be announced on Equator Diving’s website within two weeks of the prize draw closing.

Cocos Island, a UNESCO world heritage site, has a deserved reputation for some of the greatest shark diving on the planet and the majority of schooling Hammerhead photos are taken here. Cocos is 300 miles off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and is the largest uninhabited island in the world. 20 square miles in area, Cocos is blessed with lush rain forest, tumbling waterfalls and towering cliffs that add to the feeling of mystery that surrounds this isolated island. Nowhere else on this planet can pelagic fish be encountered in such numbers, schools of trevally and snapper number in their thousands whilst the sight of over 200 Hammerheads is beyond comparison.

Another highlight for many divers in Cocos is Tiger sharks – it is not uncommon to encounter multiple Tiger sharks in a single trip to Cocos. The big plankton feeders, Whale sharks and huge Mantas come along to add to the spectacle and a close relative of Mantas, Devil (Mobula) rays, are seen in schools. Schools of Marbled stingrays is another famous site at Cocos as are the Red-lipped Batfish. And when you think you’ve seen everything this magical Island has to give, Cocos hits you with one final surprise, a night dive at Manuelita where hundreds of Whitetip sharks enter a feeding frenzy on the sea floor digging fish out of their hiding spots!

Visit www.equatordiving.com to find out more!

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