Diving-tours can be separated to two main types: daily-diving and dive Safari.
To dive Safari it is better to be experienced diver, which is not afraid of seasickness and ready to exchange excursions and shopping to rare places. In fact, dive Safari is a sea cruise with two-four immerses per day.
The main minus of dive Safari is that at residing on the vessel you can not really feel the culture of a country, though passengers’ will be necessarily fed by national kitchen. Duration of this cruise can vary from 3 to 13 night.
Daily diving approaches more to beginning divers and groups, in which only a part of people is immersed. In the morning diver will be picked up from hotel and will be brought either to diving-centre, or at once to quay, therefrom already on the boat or small vessel they will drive him to scheduled dive-site. After the first immersing diver easy dinners aboard, then the second immersing, and in the evening – returning to coast . There is opportunity to be immersed three times a day.
Where to depart?
Diving-tourism countries can be separated to two categories:
First Category: “Here one cannot not to dive!” There are directions, where divers from the whole world go to be immersed . It is almost all countries of South-east Asia: Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Micronesia, Papua is New Guinea, French Polynesia and other. Caribbean basin and Latin America: Cuba, Costa Rica, Dominican republic, Mexico. Europe: Malta, Khorvatiya, Norway. And still there is South Africa, Australia, Mal’divskie islands, India (Lakkadivskie and Andaman islands), Ecuador (Galapagosskie islands), at last, Egypt
Second category : “we should sink!” Directions impossible to be called “for divers”, but where the owner of the mask and diver suit will start to look under water. Countries: all islands of Caribbean sea, Austrian lakes, Spain, Greece, Tunis, India (Goa), Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Jordan, Seychelles, Mavrikij and other.