Exotic Dive Destinations

Exotic Dive Destinations
We organise Scuba Dive Holidays to exotic locations which the normal tourist does not go to. This includes dive travel within Australia, throughout the Pacific Islands and Asia-Pacific.
Freediving Calendar


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7 June 2018 (4 Nights)

In-water encounters between humans and whales are rare and leave lasting impressions on divers fortunate enough to be close to these large marine mammals. Encounters between dive boats and Minke Whales on the reefs north of Cairns offer one of the unique experiences you can have with whales.
Budge, Standardt & Premium is now booked out
One place left (Club)
Price $8,995.00
List Price: $10,495.00
You Save: $1,500.00 (14%)

16-27 August 2018

A 12 day/11 night trip of a lifetime on board the Truk Master liverboard in Bikini Atoll to dive the wrecks of not just the Saratoga, but also battleships, cruisers and other warships sunk during the U.S. atomic bomb tests of the 1940s and 1950s.

Price $3,345.00
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8-16 September 2018

Truk Lagoon is the wreck diver's ultimate destination, suitable for both novice and experienced divers. The calm, clear, sheltered lagoon is one of the largest in the world and being relatively free of currents, providing safe, easy diving conditions.

Price $2,935.00
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Solomon Islands Dive Expedition

MUNDA 28 December -3 January

A short 3 hour flight from Australia, the Solomon Islands comprise of more than 990 islands stretching across 1500km just south of the equator. Virtually untouched by commercial development, the island group remains a natural paradise. Come dive this ideal location over the New Year break

Price $6,795.00

8-18 March 2019

Join the team from Abyss on the voyage of a lifetime aboard the beautiful SY Indo Siren to the remote and pristine reefs of Raja Ampat.

Far to the wild eastern edge of the Indonesian archipelago, Raja Ampat boasts a biodiversity that's unrivaled in any other ocean on the planet. The region of more than a thousand islands ranging in size from small to tiny lies in the geographic heart of the Coral Triangle, home to a greater diversity of marine species than anywhere, from corals to mollusks, fish, invertebrates and beyond.

Pay using the zipMoney option for less than $140 per week.

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