Antarctica - Arctic/Antarctica A trip to the Arctic or the Antarctic is more than just a diving holiday: it's an expedition quite literally to the ends of the Earth. These are regions where, given the extremes of the climate and the vast distances between settlements, everyday life is an adventure in itself.
Bermuda - Bermuda Bermuda is a sub tropical archipelago located in the Atlantic, not in the Caribbean, about 600 miles off the coast of North Carolina. It is a self-governing colony of Great Britain and its British flavour is very strong - some say it is more British than Britain!
Canada Watch rare birds soar through the sky or costumed dancers float across a stage. Laugh your head off at a comedy festival or wash your cares away in a healing mineral bath. Cruise the high seas on a luxury liner or ride the historic railway carriages of another era. Whatever you're into, however you like to travel, Canada has a wide range of exciting options for the explorer in you.
Chile - Chile Located along the Pacific coast of South America, Chile is a long and narrow country that is bordered by Peru in the north, Bolivia and Argentina in the east, and the ocean in the west and the south. The vast diversity of activities and scenery make Chile a very attractive place to visit.
Cocos Island - Cocos and Malpelo Islands Cocos & Malpelo Islands, which are around 300 miles off the coast of Costa Rica and Colombia respectively are only dived by liveaboard boats. The long (and sometimes rough) voyage is made worthwhile by the incredible populations of large fish, sharks and whales that are often schooling in the area. <br>
Costa Rica - Costa Rica Costa Rica boasts 20 national parks, 8 biological reserves, and a wealth of other protected areas that have captivated lovers of ecotourism for decades. Nearly one quarter of the entire country is protected and with good reason. Within its borders you can find over a dozen volcanoes, savannas, rainforests, cloud forests, mountains, streams and rivers.
Galapagos - Galapagos Islands The Galapagos Islands which belong to Ecuador (600 miles off the coast) are made up of 13 main islands and numerous smaller ones, all the result of volcanic activity. It was here that Charles Darwin visited as a naturalist on HMS Beagle in 1835, and started to form his theory on evolution.
Mexico - Baja Peninsula The Baja Peninsula is an 800-mile peninsula of desert, beaches and plateaus that stretches all the way from the U.S.-Mexico border at Tijuana to the famous rock outcrop known as Land's End. It splits the Eastern Pacific from the Gulf of California (aka the Sea of Cortez) and creates countless diving opportunities on both its Pacific and Gulf coasts.
Mexico - Caribbean The Caribbean coasts of Mexico include some of the most popular dive destinations in the Caribbean, especially for American divers. Cozumel, Mexico's largest island, lies just offshore here and its reefs attract thousands of divers every year. The Mexican Riviera (Cancun) and the developing Riviera Maya in the province of Quintana Roo also offers excellent diving.
Mexico - Mexico Overview Mexico is a traveller's paradise, crammed with a multitude of opposing identities: desert landscapes, snow-capped volcanoes, ancient ruins, teeming industrialised cities, time-warped colonial towns, glitzy resorts, lonely beaches and a world-beating collection of flora and fauna.
Panama - Panama Panama is a maritine country par excellence with its history and economy linked to the sea. It has coasts on the Caribbean (1,207 km) and the Pacific Oceans (1700.6 km). Rich in tourist adventure both above and below the water there is plenty to keep the visitor occupied.
United States - California The Golden State stretches for most of the U.S.A.'s western seaboard. Synonymous with the beach life through numerous T.V. shows and films, it offers plenty of attractions to the visitor.
United States - Florida Florida has long been the most popular dive destination for Americans looking for warm water diving and there is something here for everyone.
United States - Hawaii The world class beaches in Hawaii offer black and white and pink and green sand beaches. What else? The tallest sea cliffs in the world (2000 feet plus!), the wettest spot on the planet, the tallest mountain in the world (top to bottom), the world's most active volcano, there is even have a mini "Grand Canyon". You could spend a lifetime exploring all the nuances of Hawaii's natural splendours and still not see it all.
United States - United States Overview The U.S.A. is a truly great holiday destination. It offers almost unlimited choice of holiday activities and styles and at prices that are just downright reasonable in comparison to Brits used to high prices at home.