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Tubataha, Philippines - May 2023

Tubabtaha Reef is often listed as one of the best diving destinations in the world. It is home to some of the world’s most unique and beautiful coral reefs. The marine reserve is home to the Tubbataha atoll coral reef and various endangered marine species. It was established as a marine park in 1988 and was made a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1993.

The marine park is about 160 km southwest of Cagayancillo, almost exactly in the middle of the Sulu Sea. It’s a similar distance southeast of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, which is the starting point for most of the dive boats heading for Tubbataha.

On a liveaboard to Tubbataha divers will be blown away by the never-ending display of multi-colored reef fish, lobsters, stingrays, and turtles on every reef. At deeper spots on the northern side of North Atoll numerous shark species can be seen; white tips, black tips, and grey reef sharks are all regular spots, as well as silky and guitar sharks, and even the whale shark! The southern side of North Atoll is a hotspot for large pelagics such as giant trevally, tuna and barracuda, alongside manta rays and turtles. South Atoll is a great hammerhead site, while wrecks on both atolls are fantastic for macro species such as pygmy seahorses, nudibranchs, and tiny crustaceans. Tubataha has something for every diver

Raja Ampat, Indonesia - TBC 2023

Raja Ampat is considered the global center of tropical marine bio-diversity and is referred to as The Crown Jewel of the Bird’s Head Seascape, which also includes Cenderawasih Bay and Triton Bay.


The region contains more than 600 species of hard corals, equaling about 75 percent of known species globally, and more than 1,700 species of reef fish – including on both shallow and mesophotic reefs. Compared to similar-sized ecosystems elsewhere in the world, this makes Raja Ampat’s biodiversity the richest in the world.

Endangered and rare marine mammals such as Dugongs, whales (such as blue or/and pygmy blue, bryde’s, less known omura’s, sperm), dolphins, and orcas occur there.

Amazon Rainforest, Brazil - TBC 2023

One of the wildest and most adventurous places you can dive, some of the Amazon Rivers clear water pockets make for unforgettable wildlife encounters unlike anything 99% of divers have experienced. 


Meet anacondas, pink dolphins, the huge variety of fish and river turtles, rays and dive through the flooded forest. Aside from the diving, there are a number of attractions, including staying with indiginous tribes, fishing for dinner through the stunning flooded forrest above the water, guided jungle hikes etc etc. 

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