Tauchen Mexiko – Specials & Last Minute-Angebote
May 17th, 2014
Letzte Aktualisierung: 17 May 2014
Dies ist der Ort für alle die neuesten Angebote über das Tauchen in Mexiko – Vorbestellungsangebote, Sonderpreise und Last-Minute Preise auf Mexiko Tauchsafaris …sie werden alle hier zu finden sein, sobald wir davon hören.
Mit den USA im Norden und Guatemala und Belize im Südosten, erstreckt sich Mexiko über ein riesiges Gebiet mit vielen verschiedenen Land-und Seegebieten. Südlich des US-Bundesstaates Kalifornien, streckt der lange Finger der Halbinsel Niederkalifornien aus, wo Taucher auf die Golf von Kalifornien (auch Cortes-See) und die Socorro Inseln zugreifen können. Es ist dieser Teil von Mexiko, wo Sie alle Tauchsafari Betreiber finden.
Die Specials unten, stellen eine Auswahl derzeit laufender spezieller Angebote für dieses Reiseziel dar. Vielleicht haben wir weitere Angebote Last-Minute-Natur zur Verfügung. Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns für weitere Informationen, wenn Sie die Reise und das Tauchen kurzfristig planen.
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Divers find Ancient skeleton in Mexican cave
May 16th, 2014
Check out this extraordinary find in a cave in Mexico where divers came across the skeleton of a teenage girl from 12,000 years ago. Wow! And there’s more:
‘Cave divers chanced upon the girl’s skeleton, along with the bones of sabre-tooth cats, giant ground sloths and cave bears, in a vast water-filled cavern they discovered while exploring a submerged network of tunnels reached from a sinkhole in the Yucatan jungle.’
It is believed she may have entered the cave in the search for drinking water and fallen into the 40 m deep cave (in the same way as the other animals) and broken her pelvis. Everybody knows that Mexico is one of the world’s premier dive destinations but most recreational scuba divers stick to the amazing liveaboards of the pacific cost or the Caribbean sea. These 3 divers were doing something way beyond recreational scuba limits:
‘…the trio had entered a crystal-clear pool that fed into the cave system. After swimming along a flooded tunnel for more than a kilometre, the cavern opened up before them… As the divers explored the cavern, they spotted a human skull perched on a ledge among some other bones. “It was a small cranium laying upside down with a perfect set of teeth and dark eye sockets looking back at us. The skull was resting on its humerus [an upper arm bone] and we could see the rest of the upper torso spread to the left and down on the ledge”.’
We can’t promise you historically significant skeletons if you book with us to dive Mexico, but we can promise you an awesome diving holiday. Our main recommendation for recreational divers is not kilometre long cave tunnels, but the expanse of the pacific ocean where pretty fantastic liveaboards bring you to breath-taking places like Socorro and Guadalupe island. Contact Dive The World right away on +66 (0)83 505 7794 or send us an email.
BBC cover Cocos marine protection
May 13th, 2014
It is 1 thing to declare an area a national marine park or a marine protected area. It is quite another to enforce the rules and regulations created to protect the marine environment. Some of our most precious marine resources appear to be heavily protected, but the struggle to prevent breaches is a difficult and ongoing one.
Interesting to see this BBC article about the struggle to enforce fishing restrictions around the divers’ dream destination – Cocos Island in Costa Rica.
‘Nowadays the pirates are fishermen and they have been stripping the sea of sharks and tuna. Cocos attracts fish because it sits on top of an underwater mountain chain that forces up nutrients from the deep ocean. The island’s waters are a globally important hotspot for sharks, as I witnessed on an extraordinary night dive.
“It’s very frustrating,” Ranger Chinchilla tells me. “The fishers just sit on the edge of the no-take zone. We can’t be patrolling everywhere at the same time.”Sometimes four boats will be dropping long lines (baited with hooks which catch tuna, dolphins and turtles) to drift through the zone. But we only have the capacity to haul in two of the lines”.’
You can help by visiting Cocos on your next dive trip. The contributions you make both directly, in the form of the marine park fee and indirectly by encouraging the powers-that-be to view Cocos as a valuable eco-tourism asset, can help to make a difference. Of course you will also have an outrageously memorable liveaboard trip to one of the planet’s most sought after destinations!
There are also some pretty amazing special offers available for Cocos liveaboards these days. So if you can act soon you can treat yourself to a trip to divers’ paradise and make considerable savings.
Contact Dive The World right away on +66 (0)83 505 7794 or send us an email.
Full story: Costa Rica: Radars of the lost shark
New flights – North Sulawesi to Raja Ampat
May 12th, 2014
Great news for lovers of diving in Indonesia.
If a scuba holiday in Raja Ampat has been on your list of things to do for a while, then it is now even more convenient to make it to Sorong…
New Garuda flights from 20 May 2014
Manado – Sorong, GA 470, 04:50 – 07:15
Sorong – Manado, GA 471, 12:40 – 13:00
TUE, WED, FRI, SUN – 4 flights a week
The time is now. Only you can decide to give yourself the wonderful gift of a liveaboard in paradise. Imagine the memories! Standing on the bow as it cuts through the clear blue water – encounters with vibrantly coloured creatures big and small – good food – good company. Sounds like something you need!
Contact Dive The World right away on +66 (0)83 505 7794 or send us an email.
Have you been to Komodo yet? It is a great liveaboard destination…
May 12th, 2014
Komodo is considered among the finest liveaboard destinations in the world, and with good reason!
Not only is the marine life around Komodo fabulous, but the topside scenery is awesome and the island visits include unforgettable encounters with the legendary Komodo dragons. Not many dive spots can promise that! Komodo liveaboards can deliver all of this and more.
So if you feel the need to treat yourself to an awesome diving holiday and you haven’t been to Komodo then make it happen, now! Contact Dive The World right away on +66 (0)83 505 7794 or send us an email.
OceanQuest Barrier Reef specials
May 10th, 2014
Check out the discounts to be had this May on short hops to dive the Great Barrier Reef.
If you are a novice diver or are short on time or budget then you can get a little flavour of the GBR by joining a short OceanQuest itinerary to the Outer Barrier Reef. If you have 2 or 3 days to spare then this OceanQuest offer could be ideal for you. You need only book 3 days in advance to save $$$:
2 Day / 1 Night Liveaboard
Certified Diver: only US$ 420 (AU$ 450) – SAVE US$ 65!
Snorkeller: only US$ 375 (AU$ 400) – SAVE US$ 47!
3 Day / 2 Night Liveaboard
Certified Diver: only US$ 562 (AU$ 600) – SAVE US$ 94!
Snorkeller: only US$ 468 (AU$ 500) – SAVE US$ 75!
Cruise price per person includes: Cabin accommodation with air-conditioning, breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinking water, hot drinks, Cairns city transfers to boat (excluding from northern beaches), dives (as detailed in the trips above), tanks, weights, weightbelts, dive equipment.
Cruise price per person excludes (where applicable): Soft drinks, alcoholic drinks, towels (bring your own), snacks, torches, dive insurance (recommended), reef and port authority fee US$ 18 per person per day.
So if you are in the area and want to get wet on the mother of all barrier reefs then make it happen, now! Contact Dive The World right away on +66 (0)83 505 7794 or send us an email.
Note: Prices quoted above exclude reef tax which is an additional $20 per day. All prices quoted are per diver sharing and subject to currency fluctuations. Currency rate correct at time of publishing. Special offers apply to new bookings only.
10 reasons to dive the Sea of Cortez
May 3rd, 2014
Mexico’s Pacific coast is one of the world’s richest marine regions and among divers-in-the-know it is right up there with the top scuba spots on the planet. The thin stretch of water running down the east of the Baja Peninsula is the Sea of Cortez. You can join the excellent Mexico liveaboard Rocio del Mar to experience the very best of this area during the Sea of Cortez liveaboard season: July to October.
You can look forward to some amazing diving in the Sea of Cortez. Imagine seeing hammerhead sharks, manta rays and whale sharks alongside a fabulous array of cetaceans: dolphins, killer whales, pilot whales, porpoises and even sperm whales and humpback whales.
Need some more reasons to make this your next dive trip? Here are some reasons…
So come on! Act now. It isn’t going to happen unless you make it happen. Create some awesome diving memories in 2014. Contact Dive The World right away on +66 (0)83 505 7794 or send us an email.
June & July on Siren your buddy gets 50% off!
May 1st, 2014
Have you been on any of the Siren boats yet? They are a fleet of fine liveaboards operating in some of the best scuba spots around, including The Maldives, Indonesia, Fiji and Palau.
These gorgeous sailing yachts give you the feeling of being on a remote cruise but with high quality food, service and comfort. Throw in a professional dive operator and you can see why the Siren fleet is a fast-growing presence on the world’s seas.
There are some great summer savings to be made in various Siren locations if you are ready to act now.
June & July – Buy 1 get 1 half price!
Book before 31 May and join 1 of their June & July cruises and your buddy gets a whopping 50% off.
This great offer applies to:
- 7 or 10 nights on the Fiji Siren: Lomaiviti-Tavenui Islands
- 10 nights on the Indo Siren: Komodo Island
- 10 nights on the Maldives Siren: Maldives South & South Male Atoll
- 6 or 7 nights on the Palau Siren: Palau islands
- 6 or 10 nights on Philippine Siren: Visayas
So if you are ready for a diving holiday to remember in one of these fine places, now is a great time. You and a friend or partner could soon be standing on the prow of a Siren liveaboard as it cuts through the warm tropical waters en route to some gorgeous dive site. So don’t delay. Act now and make that vision a reality. Contact Dive The World right away on +66 (0)83 505 7794 or send us an email.
Maldives savings, freebies and more on Carpe Vita
April 19th, 2014
As if there were not enough reasons to plan for the Maldives in 2014 here are some amazing add-on offers for Carpe Vita Explorer. Just check out all the benefits on offer – amounting to US$ 900 in savings and benefits!
Dive The World has the following special offers for you:
Get great benefits on these dates…
13 July – 20 July
27 July – 03 August
24 August -31 August
24 September – 04 October
12 October – 19 October
26 October – 02 November
Special Price Discounts
Save US$ 300 per person off 7 night trips and US$ 400 per person off 10 night trips.
Spend a day chilling by the pool
Pool pass at Hulhule Island Resort on clients’ arrival or departure day (US$ 63 pp). Clients arriving early on boat embarkation day or leaving late on boat disembarkation day will love this. The Pool Pass includes airport transfer, transfer to/from town, luggage storage, pool and shower usage.
Free 1 night hotel stay
Pre or post trip 1 night stay at Fern Boquete Hotel on Hulemale (US$ 150). Some people like to arrive a day early or leave a day later. We will pick up the hotel bill.
Free Nitrox: US$ 150 pp value on 7 night trips and US$ 200 pp value on 10 night trips.
So if the Maldives has ever been on your list of places to dive then there is no better time than now. Take advantage of these amazing offers and make your diving in the Maldives dreams a reality Contact your buddies at Dive The World know right away on +66 (0)83 505 7794 or send us an email.
Change of web address Dive The World Liveaboards
March 25th, 2014
I heard the news today oh boy! There has been an important change in the world of diving… Our liveaboards website address has changed.
www.divetheworldliveaboards.com has changed to
…so if you have this page (or any other page from this site) bookmarked or in your favourites, please change it to the new one.
Not everything has changed however. We are still the place to go for the most comprehensive liveaboard information out there.
Check the dates and the itineraries, what’s included and what’s not, what facilities are available in the boats and in the cabins, exhaustive tourist information and often even 1st hand trip reports.
Have you used our liveaboard search feature yet?
You can check what possible destinations and itineraries are open to you when you next have time off to dive. Our online calendar of departures is the most reliable resource there is and saves a lot of time scouring the internet for the information you need.
If you have the desire to dive in 2014 then let us know. Together we will work out an unforgettable trip for you. It will only happen if you make it happen! Contact your buddies at Dive The World know right away on +66 (0)83 505 7794 or send us an email.