COVID Plan B!
Join Diver’s World for our RESCHEDULED trip to one of our favorite destinations!
Bonaire is known as “Diver’s Paradise” for the huge variety of marine life as well as the nearly 100 dive sites situated around the island. The reef around Bonaire has been designated as a marine park since 1979 and you will find no better diving value in the Caribbean.
Our package price includes your choice of one- or two-bedroom apartments at Captain Don’s Habitat (or call for pricing on a Junior Deluxe Suite!). Each unit includes bedrooms with private baths, air conditioning and a large covered patio area. With a fully equipped kitchen, you can eat in (there are several nice grocery stores nearby) or dine out at any one of the great restaurants on the island.
We have 12 boat dives and unlimited shore diving; all with Nitrox included! Take a quick dive right off the resort or explore the island with your rental car and try some of the diverse marked dive sights including the Hilma Hooker wreck easily accessible from shore.
PLEASE NOTE: From 2/5/21 this trip DOES NOT INCLUDE AIRFARE. All reservations made prior to this date will include airfare. Any more reservations will need to make your own arrangements to Bonaire or we can help book your flights at market price.
Bonaire may require COVID tests prior to arrival. Details will be provided as we get closer to the trip.
Trip Details here: Bonaire21
RESCHEDULED FROM 2020
Palau is considered one of the world’s premier dive destinations, with dozens of dive sites in a rare variety: walls with fascinating coral formations, reef corners where the currents attract sharks, rays and schooling fish, channels and other sandy bottom sites, tunnels, holes, caves and caverns, and plenty of WWII freighter and plane wrecks! From macro to mantas, Palau has it all!
Please call if you are interested (814)459-3195
Trip Details here: Palau 2021
Added Bonus: The first six (6) people to sign up for Palau will receive a complementary Reef Fish Identification Tropical Pacific – 2nd Edition by Paul Humann and Ned DeLoach.
The book features more than 200 additional species, hundreds of improved photos, scientific name changes and range extensions. The popular field guide contains the most current and comprehensive information available for divers, naturalists and aquarists chronicling marine fishes ranging from Thailand to Tahiti.