UK-based Tour Operator Regaldive is offering £1,000s worth of savings on selected 2018 trips with the Siren and Master liveaboard fleets. This stunning offer ends on the 30th April and features a number of dream diving destinations, including the Bahamas, French Polynesia, Galapagos, Indonesia, Palau, the Philippines and Truk.
The world’s third largest barrier reef, featuring wrecks, caves, blue holes, coral gardens and plenty sharks. Caribbean reef sharks, lemon sharks, nurse sharks, bull sharks, great hammerheads, tiger sharks and even oceanic white-tips can all be found in the Bahamas.
Expect to see a number of shark species cruising the reef and hunting on schools of snapper and fusiliers. Whilst drift diving through the channels, you may experience incredible shark action, see huge Napoleon wrasse and witness marbled groupers spawning.
One of the jewels in the scuba diving crown, many divers are drawn to the Galapagos by the huge schools of pelagics. Various species of turtle breed on the islands, marine iguanas feed off the sea algae, whilst inquisitive seals and penguins provide thrilling underwater shows.
The Komodo National Park is one of the world’s largest protected zones and richest marine environments. It is also home to many rare and endemic land species, including the famous Komodo Dragons. Most trips will include an island visit to see these fascinating reptiles.
Ranked as one of the world’s most spectacular dive destinations, Palau boasts amazing underwater features such as vertical drop-offs, hidden caves, tunnels and wartime wrecks as well as the world famous Rock Islands.
The Visayas region is home to some of the best diving in the Philippines, with its wide diversity of marine life. Divers will encounter coral covered walls, gentle sloping reefs and muck diving hotspots, as well as the possibility of some larger pelagics too.
One of the most famous wreck-diving destinations in the world, Truk is home to an entire Japanese fleet. The area includes ships, aeroplanes, trucks, tanks and other ordnance. If you are a lover of wrecks or history, a visit to Truk Lagoon is essential.
For further information please visit www.regaldive.co.uk or call 01353 659999.