November 19-27, 2011

Bonaire is one of five islands that form the Dutch Antilles in the southern Caribbean near Aruba. The island is world renowned for its excellent scuba diving and is consistently rates as one of the premier diving and snorkeling destinations in the world.

The Bonaire National Marine Park covers an area of 27 square km and protects one of the most spectacular fringing reefs in the world. It extends to over 200 ft. and has over 55 species of coral and countless species of marine life.

August 19-29, 2011

The Galapagos Islands have earned the reputation as one of the best big animal destinations in the world. We traveled to these “Enchanted Islands” in August 2011 and were quickly mesmerized by their magic and beauty. After a short stay in Quito visiting the Otavalo market and hiking Cotopaxi, we boarded the Deep Blue and were immediately greeted by a raft of curious sea lions. We hit the open sea and made way for Wolfe and Darwin. Over the next few days, we spotted orcas, dove with hammerhead and whale sharks, played with sea lions and watched graceful eagle rays glide through the water.

March 19-26, 2011

Cozumel is a diver's dream destination. Only a short flight from Denver, this beautiful island provides an easy escape for Colorado residents. The east side of the island has white, sandy beaches while the west side contains some of the Caribbean's finest diving. The current swept leeward side provides exciting drift diving and beautiful walls teeming with life. After a full day of diving, you can stroll through the lively streets of downtown Cozumel and enjoy a number of affordable, delicious cuisines.

Dec. 28 - January 6, 2011

Fiji has over 300 islands scattered throughout the South Pacific. Taveuni, known as the Garden Island, is Fij's third largest island. This verdant island has numerous waterfalls, natural rock waterslides and superb trekking. Deserving of every accolade, Taveuni boasts world class diving, with healthy, diverse reefs and a plethora of marine life. Considered to be the soft coral capital of the world, Taveuni is home to great diving sites like the Great White Wall, which is completely blanketed with lavendar soft corals. You will certainly enjoy with spectacular diving in this South Pacific paradise!

November 20-27, 2010

Costa Rica is a tiny country located in Central America, between Nicaragua and Panama. This beautiful, rainforest covered nation is known for it’s national parks and conservation efforts. With over 1500km of prisitine beaches and diverse flora and fauna, Costa Rica has earned the reputation as a tropical paradise!

October 2-14, 2010

The Philippines, an archipelago with more than 7000 islands, is located in Southeast Asia. It is the third largest English-speaking country in the world and has a rich history that combines Asian, European and American influences. The lush, tropical islands of the Philippines are lined with unspoiled beaches, deep blue waters teeming with healthy reefs and a rich, diverse marine life.

May 14-23, 2010

Dominica is lovated between the two French islands of Martinique in the south and Guadaloupe in the north. This majestic island is a rugged mass of towering mountains running through its center like a backbone. At least 60% of this natural paradise is still covered by lush, tropical rainforest. Water is one of the island's most abundant resources, creating over 300 spectacular waterfalls and countless gorges.

March 21-28, 2010

Along the unspoiled, white sandy beaches bordering the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez, Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort earns its name as the "Jewel of the East Cape" in Mexico's Baja Peninsula. An oasis fed by clear, natural hot springs, the lush tropical landscape of palm trees and exotic flowers provides the backdrop for a perfect getaway.

Feb. 20 - Mar. 3, 2010

Maldives is a garland-shaped chain of 26 atolls stretching 750 kilometers across the Indian Ocean. The atolls include over 1190 emarlad islands and countless reefs and shallows, helping to create a complete ecosystem that is home to everything from blooming corals to big pelagics. 

Dec. 27, 2009 - Jan. 5, 2010

Fiji is known as the soft coral capital of the world. The colors of the reef and its inhabitants are absolutely electrifying!

November 21-28, 2009

We offered a different type of Cozumel dive trip this time, catering to adventurous divers who wanted to explore parts of Cozumel that are not always available.

October 21-31, 2009

Indonesia is the epicenter of marine life and considered by many to be the best diving in the world

August 15-22, 2009

Little Cayman is known for spectacular wall diving and a relaxed, island lifestyle and is the smallest and least developed of the three Cayman Islands.

May 8-25, 2009

Truk and Yap, Micronesia

Once considered to be the epicenter of marine life, Micronesia couples consummate wreck diving with some of the best reefs in the ocean.

March 27-April 9, 2009

Widely considered some of the best diving in the world, Cocos is renown for schooling hammerhead, reef sharks, tuna and bait balls

Nov 23-30, 2008

Tulum, Mexico

Located in an unspoiled area of the Mexican Rivieria Maya is Bahia Principe Tulum. Explore the various natural wonders in the area, amazing archaeological sites, deserted beaches and crystal clear cenotes.

Sept 20-27, 2008

Lions Dive and Beach Resort, Curacao

Curacao offers fantastic shore diving, amazing cliff, night and wreck dives and a beautiful marine park. With over 65 established dive sites, diving in Curacao assures something for everyone.

July 5-15, 2008

Galapagos, Ecuador
The “Enchanted Islands” of Galapagos are found in the Pacific Ocean 600 miles west of Ecuador. These volcanic islands have been declared a National Park of Ecuador and the second largest Marine Reserve in the world.

March 23-30, 2008

Ambergris Caye, Belize

Belize scuba diving offers you an opportunity to dive on the largest living coral reef system in the Northern hemisphere and second in size only to the Great Barrier reef in Australia.

January 9-24, 2008

Cocos Island

Upon arrival you are afforded the opportunity to be surrounded by tuna, mantas, dolphin, bait balls and hundreds of schooling hammerhead.

Dec 29, 2007 - Jan 5, 2008

Roatan, Honduras

This picturesque, unspoiled island called Roatan is the largest in the extraordinary chain of islands known as the Bay Islands

August 30-Sept 10, 2007

The Komodo National Marine Park is one of the world’s most diverse and interesting marine and wildlife parks with a total land and marine area of 132,000 hectares.

May12-19, 2007

Utila, Honuras

The three mile by seven mile island of Utila is set between a fringing coral reef and a 2000’ deep continental shelf. The positioning of the island makes it a mecca for divers.

March 13-27, 2007

Cocos Island

Upon arrival you are afforded the opportunity to be surrounded by tuna, mantas, dolphin, bait balls and hundreds of schooling hammerhead.