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DIVING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

The UK has some fabulous diving in her seas, not least on the hundreds of wrecks. There is also beautiful marine life and at times stunning visibility. The best time to dive in the UK is September and October as they are the warmest months for diving, February and March the coldest. 

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DIVING IN THE AZORES PORTUGAL

A hidden gem that has been referred to as "The last hidden treasure of Europe", the Azores holds spectacular underwater landscape and nutrient-rich water which acts as a passing refuge for marine species from the colossal blue whale to the minuscule sea horse.

DIVING IN THE MALDIVES

The Maldives archipelago consists of 1,199 islands, with only 202  inhabited. With its azure lagoons and its 26 white sand atolls, the Maldives can satisfy all your desires for adventure and emotion. Year-round warm waters, clear visibility and super-sized marine life, ensure the Indian Ocean is one of our favourites for underwater adventure.

The Maldives is also the perfect place for all divers from beginners to super expert.

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DIVING IN THE GULF OF THAILAND

The Gulf of Thailand is the body of water below Bangkok, to the East of the Thai peninsula. Some of the best diving here is around Koh Tao and Koh Chang offering some of the best diving in the world; with fringing reefs, deep drop-offs, wrecks, walls, caverns, tunnels, pinnacles and open ocean seamounts. Thailand has very clear waters and an average sea temperature of 28 oC. 

 

 

DIVING IN MADEIRA AND PORTO SANTO 

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With a more stable meteorology and hotter waters than in Azores, the Archipelago of Madeira can offer equally good visibility and nice shades of blue. However, it also requires a plane ride to get to.

The islands of Madeira and Porto Santo enable nice immersions mostly all year.

DIVING IN THE MED CYPRUS

 Cyprus has a multitude of divesites along its south coast - from the shallow rocky coastline around Agia Napa and Protaras to the wreck of the Zenobia in Larnaca - one of the top 5 wrecks in the world - to the shallow wrecks and shores in Limassol and the deeper rocky coastline around Paphos and the Akamas. There is something for everyone and for all levels of divers.

DIVING IN THE ATLANTIC PORTUGAL

Portugal is possibly the most diverse diving destination in Europe. With a long Atlantic coastline, wreck enthusiasts will delight in Portugal’s variety of sunken ships and submarines from its long maritime history. 
In addition to this historical encyclopedia of wrecks, many marine reserves and parks provide plentiful habitat for a variety of fish life and corals. 

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DIVING IN THE GOLD COAST AUSTRALIA

Queensland's Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest and healthiest coral reef system. In fact, it's the only living structure on earth that can be seen from outer space.

Made up of nearly 2900 individual reefs, 600 continental islands and 300 coral cays, it's the world's largest single structure made of living organisms.

Divers revere the reef for its biodiversity and the local aboriginal people hold it as a sacred component of their spirituality. It is a truly magical place.

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