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Little Cayman in Cayman Islands Not as much coral and sea life as the Red Sea or Pacific Islands, but Caribbean diving grows on you. Bloody Bay Marine park is lovely, and the dive sites on the south side of the island have a lot to offer if you dive slow and focus on smaller critters. Stayed at Little Cayman Beach Resort which is really great. Its a small place catering to divers (nothing else really to do on the island!) Their dive service is excellent and they have some of the best food I've had for an 'all inclusive' resort. Two thumbs up!
Date posted: 06-Apr-2010 22:48
Cayman Brac in Cayman Islands I dived the Keith Tibbetts as a morning trip from Little Cayman Island. My only disappointment was that we only did one dive on the wreck! The Keith Tibbetts is a Russian frigate, purposely sunk as a dive attraction. The wreck used to be in one piece, but because of storms, has been broken in two. The good news is that it makes penetration easy. There isn't a great deal of sea life around the wreck, but the ship is an attraction in and of itself of course. You can get into the bridge, and down the a few corridors easily. As for fish life, the highlight for me was a Goliath Grouper sheltering in the wreckage -- it was so big, that when it turned around and swam towards me, I my heart raced, I turned around and got out of there ASAP! While I've had some tense moments around uncomfortably nosy sharks, never like that around a fish! The wreck is certainly worth 2 dives, and maybe more! Wish we would have had more time.
Date posted: 17-Apr-2010 14:42
Beqa Lagoon (Viti Levu) in Fiji We dived with both Aqua - Trek and Beqa Adventure Divers while we were in Pacific Harbour. We found Beqa Adventure Divers to be a much better dive operation, especially for more experienced divers. They have two dive boats -- one that does the shark feeding dive, while the other goes out to dive the Beqa reefs and lagoon. Aqua-Trek only runs one dive boat (at least when we were there in January - which is the low season), and does the shark feed three times a week, which will get dull fast if you intend to dive every day. Beqa Adventure Divers also seemed more sensitive to the ecology of the reef (their shark dive, for example, is much more controlled than Aqua-Trek's), had a better dive shop, and were much more careful with divers personal gear, giving everyone their own basket. Much to our dismay, Aqua-Trek threw all our personal gear in with their rental gear after we left it out to dry. Overall, Beqa Reef is in much poorer condition than many other dive spots in Fiji, but there are a few gem dive sites, like the Fish Factory, which is located close to the Carpet Cove dive site (which was a pleasant site as well). If you are looking for a 'killer' dive spot in Fiji, a better bet would be to go to one or more of the outer islands. However, Beqa Reef and the Pacific Harbour area isn't a bad stop if you are looking to combine water and land activities or are traveling with non-divers or family. I think there is a divers' resort right on Beqa Island (off the mainland), which might get you out to some of the more remote spots on the reef. We stayed at The Pacific Pearl Resort in Pacific Harbour and liked the place a lot. Its a small resort, very stylish, good food. The Aqua-Trek dive operation is located on the resort property -- but despite this convenience, we would recommend booking with Beqa Adventure Divers which is a few minutes away.
Date posted: 12-Jan-2009 06:48
Kadavu in Fiji The Great Astrolabe Reef, which is located off of Kadava, had some of the most pristine hard coal that we've ever seen. Despite its size, Kadava island is very sparsely populated, both in terms of indigenous villages and resorts. This translates into fewer divers and fishers to wreck the reef. In fact, when we were there, we were the only dive boat from horizon to horizon. One of the big draws of Kadava is its Manta Rays. You are almost certain to see them at the Manta Point dive site, and they make regular appearances at other spots along the reef. Along with an assortment of reef fish, yellow fin tuna, giant trevally, and sharks cruise the waters. A few dive sites on the reef, like Golden Chimney, have soft corals (lovely yellow ones at this dive spot). We enjoyed the Great Astrolabe Reef area a lot, despite the mediocre vis we had. We stayed at the Matava Eco Resort. The accommodations are very basic (traditional-style grass-clad huts called 'bures'), and the food, which is included, is sometimes quite sparse (pack yourself some granola bars). We've stayed at small 'eco resorts' before, and found that Matava was the most in need of some work. That said, the remoteness of the place is refreshing and the dive guides are very nice, flexible, and do love their reef. If you adjust your expectations on the accommodations and enjoy the diving and solitude, you'll have a great time.
Date posted: 12-Jan-2009 07:36
Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu Dived with Allan Powers Dive Tours in Santo. Overall the dive operation is a bit rough around the edges. What makes up for it, however, is the dive staff. Our dive guide Alfred (also know as 'Alfred #1' because there are two Alfreds at the shop) was absolutely fantastic. He's a local that has been diving the Coolidge for 18 years. He tailored our schedule so we could see as much of the ship as possible in the time we had available, moved a few 'air hogs' to a different dive guide when the couldn't keep up -- and just an all around fun guy. Ask for him if you can. AND DO NOT MISS THE NIGHT DIVE ON THE COOLIDGE!!! It is 100% surreal. After that, my fave was 'The Stern,' where you could really get a sense of the massive size of the ship. Most dive companies do the Coolidge from shore (not a big hassle because the wreck is steps off the beach) and almost every one is a staged deco dive. Outside of diving, there isn't much to do in Santo except sit on the beach... But with the diving as good as it is on the Coolidge (even in the lousy vis and week-long rain we had), you won't want to do much else any way. We stayed at the Aore Beach Resort, which was a very pleasant and comfortable (a 'top end' hotel in the area) and had the best food around too. The staff there was also friendly and helpful, and we'd recommend it. Don't miss the Coolidge if you are in or near South Pacific!!
Date posted: 29-Jun-2008 07:17
Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu Dived with Allan Powers Dive Tours in Santo. Overall the dive operation is a bit rough around the edges. What makes up for it, however, is the dive staff. Our dive guide Alfred (also know as 'Alfred #1' because there are two Alfreds at the shop) was absolutely fantastic. He's a local that has been diving the Coolidge for 18 years. He tailored our schedule so we could see as much of the ship as possible in the time we had available, moved a few 'air hogs' to a different dive guide when the couldn't keep up -- and just an all around fun guy. Ask for him if you can. AND DO NOT MISS THE NIGHT DIVE ON THE COOLIDGE!!! It is 100% surreal. After that, my fave was 'The Stern,' where you could really get a sense of the massive size of the ship. Most dive companies do the Coolidge from shore (not a big hassle because the wreck is steps off the beach) and almost every one is a staged deco dive. Outside of diving, there isn't much to do in Santo except sit on the beach... But with the diving as good as it is on the Coolidge (even in the lousy vis and week-long rain we had), you won't want to do much else any way. We stayed at the Aore Beach Resort, which was a very pleasant and comfortable (a 'top end' hotel in the area) and had the best food around too. The staff there was also friendly and helpful, and we'd recommend it. Don't miss the Coolidge if you are in or near South Pacific!!
Date posted: 29-Jun-2008 07:17
Poor Knights in New Zealand The Dive Tutukaka folks are really good. They let you do your own thing with your buddy if you are an experienced diver. We didn't have very good conditions when we went, but it was still a good time. We stayed at a new hotel called Oceans which is a very short walk from the dive centre... We enjoyed the hotel a lot -- new, clean and convenient. The restaurant next to the dive shop is really good.
Date posted: 18-Apr-2008 13:09
Kapalai in Malaysia We only did three dives around Kapalai itself on our trip to Sipadan. Of the three we really liked Kapalai Rock -- its a macro/muck dive (as all are around Mabul and Kapalai) There was a great variety of unique macro life, including orang-utan crabs, pygmy seahorses, mantis shrimp, pharaoh cuttlefish, waspfish and really great nudis. If you are visiting Sipadan, try to go to this site!!
Date posted: 24-Oct-2007 10:59
Mabul in Malaysia Only did one dive in Mabul but it was really fun. The Old House Reef is the local resort's attempt at an artificial reef. The big highlight are the frogfish.. they were everywhere on the artificial reef (always on the top 'rung' of the scafolding).. they really make up for the fact that there is almost nothing else there! I would go back -- Just for the frogfish! We also saw a totally massive Queensland Grouper hanging out there.. but it was an isolated fish.
Date posted: 24-Oct-2007 11:07
Sipadan in Malaysia Sipadan is the place to go for sharks and turtles! There were a lot of them on every single dive. We didn't have very good vis on our trip :( but we still had a great time. Stayed at the Kapalai Dive Resort, which was quite nice.. the dive guides sometimes needed a bit of prodding to go to sites other than barracuda point and drop off (which are the most dived). there weren't many barracuda at barracuda point, but plenty of jackfish at drop off. There are some great coral patches in the shallows all around Sipadan.. something for everyone here.
Date posted: 24-Oct-2007 11:13
Guadalcanal in Solomon Islands I went with Invader Charters which is located at the Honiara Hotel. All the dives were from the shore. I understand that the liveaboards in the Solomon's are great -- but I was there for work and only got a few days diving in!
Date posted: 23-Aug-2007 15:29
Rarotonga in Cook Islands I went to the Cooks for a work trip, but managed to get two dives in. The sites were Edna's Anchor and the wreck of the Mai Tai -- these are on the north west of the island. I can't say that the diving was great here, but I've heard that the south side of the island is better. The mountains of Rorotonga are beautiful and worth a hike. From what I've seen, you'll be disappointed if you go there expecting 'great' diving, but if you want to combine a bit of diving with general R&R and other island activities, Rorotonga is a good option.
Date posted: 20-Jun-2007 05:45
Byron Bay in Australia (East) Julian Rocks presents some interesting diving... there was a lot of HUGE stuff around the Rocks. Saw a 4m wobbegong (in addition to the zillions of wobbies strewn all over the place), a couple of bull rays about 2m across, Mantas, blind sharks, cuttlefish, awesome baby yellowbox fish (they look like little swimming yellow gumballs with black spots!) lobsters, clown triggerfish and a very cool egg cowry, just to name some stuff. We stayed at a b&b called Planula which is about 3km from town.. the owners are avid divers.. good people.. it's a great place to stay, exp. if you don't want to be in the middle of the madness of downtown Byron.
Date posted: 02-Feb-2007 13:22
Townsville in Australia (East) I went on the Pro-Dive Townsville liveaboard, the Seaesta. The boat really needs to be replaced -- it's an old, rusting sea cow with no place to relax between dives. The good news is that with a new boat (which I hear they will be getting soon) the ProDive Townsville liveaboard will be a great trip. Nice reef dives (the coral on the GBR outside of Townsville is in much better shape than outside of Cairns), and the Yongala is fantastic. The crew on my trip were also great. One other downside is that ProDive didn't offer Nitrox -- and the Yongala would be PERFECT for it -- the deepest parts of the dive are only about 30m. If you're not interested in the reef dives and just want to do the Yongala, book a couple days with a dayboat operator -- some of which only go to Yongala (weather permitting of course). I think there are a couple of dayboat operators in Townsville and a couple south of Townsville that are much closer to the wreck.
Date posted: 10-Sep-2006 05:11
Northern Red Sea Liveaboard in Egypt Liveaboards in the Norther Red Sea are a good way to get away from the diving crowds of Sharm and Hurghada. They go to many spots that the day boats don't get to. If you are going to Sharm for the first time, the day boats are fine (although I couldn't recommend the day boats out of Hurghada... there dive sites seemed pretty beat up). If you plan to visit Sharm more than once, or are making a big trek to get to the Red Sea, consider a liveaboard. One little dive spot I like is called Shag Rock. It has a small wreck (no penetration) and it is surrounded by lovely coral gardens. Small Crack is also a nice little site (particularly when the current is running into the lagoon.)
Date posted: 05-Jul-2008 06:16
Marsa Alam in Egypt Coral Beach Diving Hotel is a good hotel -- but it dosen't really have a beach -- its located on a new marina. The hotel has great facilities for training and I would recommend it if you are doing an open water, advanced, or other course. The downside is that it is far north of Elphenstone so it takes a long time to get there -- most of the dives were done on local reef spots, which were ok, but not great compared to Sharm. Emporor Dive which operates out of the Coral Beach Hotel is very good -- I did my Nitrox certification there and the staff was fantastic. If I went again, I think I would try a hotel that is a bit further south. I think a liveaboard out of Marsa would be great too... there isn't much to do in Marsa other than dive, so you wouldn't be missing much in the way of shore activities on a liveaboard.
Date posted: 10-Sep-2006 05:35
Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt Just came back from another trip to Sharm. Dive the Ras Ghazlani site if you can. It was just re-opened to divers after being closed off for several years. The site has a reef wall, a sloping sandy lane with pinnacles, then another drop off. The hard corals are fantastic (esp. at the edge of the sandy lane near the rim of the drop off ~24m) -- and in great condition. If you're on a day-boat, you can do it as a second dive after Shark and Yolanda. Ask your dive guide.
Date posted: 11-Oct-2005 12:19
Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt My boyfriend and I live in Cairo and we go to Sharm every few months. We highly recommend the dive centre at the Ritz-Carlton. Yeah.. I know. The Ritz isn’t cheap, but if you want relaxed diving and can spring for it, it’s well worth it. The staff is excellent and their boats are in nice shape. Because the dive groups are small, there’s always plenty of room on deck and plenty of time to gear up -- they don’t cram divers on board like many dive centres in Sharm. I think you can use the Ritz dive centre even if you are staying at another hotel. Call the hotel and ask for the dive shop. Our favourite restaurant in Sharm is a total budget joint called Sinai Star. They have one standard dish -- a fish and seafood combo -- which consists of whatever they caught that afternoon, grilled or fried (usually calamari and grouper). You can get prawns and other crustaceans for a little extra. Bread, tahini, and salad (and I think rice) come with dinner. If you want beer or wine, there’s a bottle shop a few doors down. I can't remember exactly how much they charge, but it's dirt cheap. Sinai Star is located in Old Sharm.
Date posted: 21-Sep-2005 20:39
Hurghada in Egypt I did Hurgada from a day boat with Dive Point. I can't say that I would recommend them. From what I saw in Hurgada, I think you're better off going to Sharm for dayboat diving -- I think the sites are better there. There is a lot to do in Hurgada if you don't want to dive. I would consider a liveaboard out of Hurgada as there are spots on the west side of the Red Sea that you usually wouldn't get to from a liveaboard out of Sharm.
Date posted: 10-Sep-2006 05:42
Fraser Island in Australia (East) Fraiser Island/Hervey Bay isn't known for its diving. I was up in Hervey Bay for a holiday with friends and decided to go diving for a day. There was one dive shop, Diver's Mecca, and they were really nice. The time of day you go diving depends 100% on the tides, as they are really strong there, and I think we left a like 5:30am. If I remember right, it was mostly sand bottom diving -- not too much to see, but it was fun to go for a day. We saw barracuda, puffers, wrasse, tuna, sweetlips, lionfish, sea snakes, schools of white bait, and a few rays. If I was up there for a holiday and had a day to spare, I'd go again.
Date posted: 10-Sep-2006 06:07
Sydney in Australia (East) One of the best dive spots in my opinion is Magic Point -- otherwise known as 'the shark dive.' There is a school of Grey Nurse sharks that hang out under an overhang south of South Head. They aren't there all the time, so ask your local operator when the last sightings have been. Last time I did Magic Point (Feb of '03) there were at least 8 sharks swimming about. Camp Cove is a good place for seadragons and octopus and cuttlefish. Although I haven't dived with them, I purchased most of my gear at Dive 2000 in Neutral Bay -- they gave great recommendations and didn't oversell me on frills I didn't need. I would recommend them to anyone looking for gear.
Date posted: 10-Sep-2006 07:10
Jervis Bay in Australia (East) The Seal dive off of Jervis Bay is a lot of fun. It's not a year-round dive spot so check with the local operators regarding when the seals are there. I've also had a great night dive at Summer Cloud in March. Jervis Bay is a great place to go for a short break from Sydney. I've dived several times with the ProDive in Jervis Bay, which I think is now called Deep 6. Make sure you stop off at the Husky Pub for lunch or dinner -- it's a great spot right on the water.
Date posted: 10-Sep-2006 05:51
Cairns in Australia (East) The day boat spots out of Cairns are so overdived, its almost not worth it. Do a liveaboard.
Date posted: 10-Sep-2006 05:56
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