Scuba Diving holidays - Trip Planner
TRAVEL PLANNER FOR YOUR SCUBA DIVING HOLIDAYS
MEETING MR BIG
A Dive Date Calendar - pick a month
Creature Location Guide - pick a critter
There are so many factors to take into account when you are planning your diving holiday. For many people, an encounter with a large or unusual fish species or marine mammal would turn a great diving holiday into an unforgettable one. The calendar below aims to help you identify the most likely hot spots of "big" activity in any given month.
CHOOSING YOUR DIVING HOLIDAY BY STYLE.
Trying to pick where to go for your next diving holiday? Getting swamped in the brochures? Maybe you have a particular diving interest or style you want to major on? Maybe you have a particular requirement of your diving holiday i.e. kid friendly or based in a resort lively enough not to provoke total rebellion in your non-diving companions?. Have a look at our selections of perfect places grouped by diving style.
Learn from the experience of other members who have planned dive trips to exotic locations for groups of Branch members.
TRIP TIPS - How to plan a Branch or club diving holiday - David Dixon
TRIP REPORTS - members first-hand reports.
The British Government publish some excellent advice on travelling to countries throughout the world. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office website is well worth visiting when deciding which countries to visit and what to expect there. Warnings are also published on destinations considered unsuitable for travellers.
The website is updated practically daily and therefore carries reliable and up-to-the-minute information.
The home page for travellers can be found at: www.fco.gov.uk/knowbeforeyougo On that page select "Country Advice" in the left hand menu bar. Click on this and you can enter the country of your choice and bring up a wealth of information on that destination.
This planning source from Oxford Brookes University gives tips on individual countries : www.brookes.ac.uk/worldwise/
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