Scuba diving singles and liveaboard single cabins
In my opinion the best scuba diving holidays for single travellers are liveaboard diving holidays. The best solo scuba diving trips are where you can easily meet other like-minded scuba divers.
I’ve written a number of articles about liveaboards with single cabins for single travellers. I’m going to include a few of these in this article. Then when I do more research into liveaboard dive boats with single cabins, I’ll add them to the end of this article.
Scuba diving holidays for single travellers: The best diving holidays for single travellers are liveaboards, as most waive the single supplement if you’re happy to share a cabin with another diver. As a single traveller diving on a liveaboard you’re with likeminded divers to make new friends or even make romantic connections so you don’t have to dive alone.
On a liveaboard you get to see places like the Galapagos, the Maldives or the Red Sea as a single diver.
The best options for scuba diving holidays for single travellers
The following places are top destinations where liveaboards have single cabins for the single traveller.
- Liveaboard diving for singles in the Galápagos Islands.
- Maldives liveaboards for single travellers.
- Red Sea liveaboards for single travelling scuba divers.
- Australian liveaboards for singles wishing to dive the Great Barrier Reef.
- Single cabin diving liveaboard in The Bahamas.
1. Liveaboard diving for singles in the Galápagos Islands
How do you fancy a diving trip to the Galápagos Islands. The Galápagos Islands are an amazing place to scuba dive, and you’re in luck as there are liveaboards with single cabins.
See the link below to the selected liveaboards that have single cabins.
Liveaboards in the article below can include single cabins with a single bed. But it also includes twin or triple cabins for solo divers who are happy to share with other single travellers, who are also looking to scuba dive the Galapagos Islands.
2. Maldives liveaboards for single travellers
Most know that the Maldives is a paradise for anyone. But the Maldives is a very special place for scuba divers, although what if you’re a single traveler?
Like the Galápagos Islands there are liveaboard dive boats for single travellers too. Follow the link below to find out more.
3. Red Sea liveaboards for single travelling scuba divers
The Read Sea, Egypt is a scuba diver’s Mecca. But if you’re a single travelling scuba diver are there single cabin options for you?
The answer is yes and the link below will take you to the liveaboards that offer single cabins for you as a single traveller.
4. Australian liveaboards for singles wishing to dive the Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is on many scuba diver’s bucket list and is a site of unmistakable variety and beauty.
It lies on the north-east coast of Australia. The Great Barrier Reef has the world’s largest collection of coral reefs with 400 types of coral. There are also around 1,500 species of fish and 4,000 types of mollusc to be found on this living World Heritage Site.
Australia liveaboards for single divers include twin cabins with single beds for solo divers who are happy to share with other single travellers, who are also looking to scuba dive the Great Barrier Reef.
5. Single cabin diving liveaboard in The Bahamas
The Caribbean and the Bahamas is on many scuba diver’s bucket list. The Bahamas is a coral-based archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean.
The Bahamas has over 700 islands and cays in total, which range from small uninhabited islands to the larger ones which are packed with tourists and resorts.
Scuba diving and snorkeling sites include the massive Andros Barrier Reef, Thunderball Grotto, which was used in James Bond films, the black-coral gardens off Bimini and the Tiger Shark Diveat Tiger Beach.
Single cabins on diving liveaboards in The Bahamas include twin and triple cabins with single beds for solo divers who are happy to share with other single travellers.
I hope you enjoyed this article about scuba diving holidays for single travellers
I’d love to hear from you. Tell us about your adventures of diving and snorkeling, in the comments below. Please also share your photos. Either from your underwater cameras or videos from your waterproof Gopro’s!
If this article hasn’t answered all of your questions. If you have more questions either about snorkeling or types of scuba diving (or specifically about scuba diving holidays for single travellers), please comment below with your questions.
There will also be many more articles about scuba diving (and snorkeling) for you to read and learn about these fabulous sports.
Have fun and be safe!