The similarities between snorkeling and scuba diving are they both require a mask, snorkel and fins, together with an exposure suit to match the water temperature. Both allow you to enjoy the underwater world and are taught by all major diving organisations.
The Great White Highway is a migration route that runs approximately 1,250 miles into the Pacific Ocean, roughly half way to Hawaii. The Great White Highway begins on Mexico’s Baja coast and California’s coast and runs west to White Shark Café, where great white sharks gather from April to July.
58 Red Sea liveaboards available for private charter, which means you charter the whole boat for you, your family or your diving group. Scuba dive the Red Sea on a luxury dive boat with your own crew, with more flexibility over where you dive.
There are 70 Red Sea liveaboards to choose from to scuba dive the many dive sites north and south of the Red Sea. Scuba diving the Red Sea from a liveaboard is the best way to experience this amazing underwater world and to dive the most number of dives in your time spent there.
Non-swimmers cannot scuba dive in The Maldives, as it is a requirement to swim 200 metres (656 feet) to get certified as a scuba diver. You will probably be able to do a try dive in a swimming pool at your resort on “Discover Scuba”, but this will not allow you to dive on the reefs of The Maldives.
There are 45 Maldives liveaboards to choose from to scuba dive the many dive sites around the islands and atolls of The Maldives. Scuba diving The Maldives from a liveaboard is the best way to experience this amazing underwater world and to dive the most number of dives in your time spent there.