The Great Barrier Reef is a must-visit for anyone in Australia. As the largest natural eco-system in the world (it is so large it can be seen from space) it is an incredible sight to see and explore.
Our Great Barrier Reef Scuba Diving Liveaboard tour gives you the chance to really get to know this exceptional natural wonder. You’ll have the chance to explore more than just the shallows, getting up close and personal with some of the country’s most fascinating marine life.
During the tour, you’ll spend three leisurely days snorkeling in some of the most coveted reefs on the planet, scuba diving amongst mesmerizing sea creatures, and learning all about the eco-system and its inhabitants.
When you’re not taking to the waters, you can kick back and relax on deck, soak up the Australian sunshine, and admire the spectacular views across the reef and its many islands. When night falls, you can hit up the bar and get to know your fellow travellers and enjoy a delicious meal made up of fresh, local produce.
A Different Reef Each Day
The Great Barrier Reef is made up of thousands of different reefs, each one boasting its own personality and set of marine life. Each day, we’ll take you to a new reef to explore, where you’ll be greeted by a diverse selection of marine life and a wide variety of habitats.
Snorkel and Dive
The highlight of this tour is the snorkeling and diving opportunities, where you can explore the region from a different perspective.
Our qualified and knowledgeable guides will introduce you to the underwater world and show you how you can make the most of your time in the Great Barrier Reef. Each day you’ll have ample time to hit the waters and explore the colourful marine life on offer.
For those on the dive upgrade, there is the chance to take a night time dive, which opens up
Each day you’ll wake up early and head out for a morning dive before breakfast, which will be much welcomed after exploring the depths of the ocean.
After breakfast, we move to a new dive site, where you’ll have the chance to discover a new collection of creatures below the surface of the water before lunch. You’ll eat with your fellow travellers before we head to a new dive site and repeat the process before dinner.
After dinner, you can either kick back and relax in the bar, or head out on a night dive for another chance to explore the Great Barrier Reef.