Scuba Dive the Great Barrier Reef6-11 January 2022
The Great Barrier Reef is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which means that it has been recognized by the international community as having great historical or cultural significance to humanity. And every year thousands of people visit this amazing site not only because they love diving but because they want to learn about its history and help protect it from destruction.
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most famous underwater reefs in the world. It covers an area of over 348,700 square kilometres and stretches along Australia’s northeast coast for 2,300 kilometers. 1,500 species of fish call the Great Barrier Reef their home.
All around the Great Barrier Reef divers can spot animals like sea turtles, dolphins and even dugongs (the herbivorous marine mammal that looks like a manatee) near the ocean’s surface while colourful corals light up below them.
What You Could See Scuba Diving In the the Great Barrier Reef
- Colorful reef
- Reef sharks
- Eagle Rays
- Giant Potato Cod
- And more!
$2,321 /per person
$600 non-refundable deposit
- Upgrade to Twin share Club Cabin (bunk bed) with private facilities for an extra $349 pp
- Premium double share cabin (queen/double bed) and ocean views extra $923 pp
What is included
- 5 nights accommodations aboard Spoilsport with Mike Ball Dive Expeditions
- Budget cabin with shared facilities
- Delicious meals and snacks, tea and coffee all day plus complimentary soft drink and wine with dinner.
- Transfer to the airport or inner city Cairns hotel after expedition
- Opportunity for up to 18 dives
- Tanks, air fills, weights and Nautilus Marine Rescue GPS
- Reef ecology program
- Dive computer workshop
- All meals, tea, coffee and juice
What is not included
- Travel Insurance
- Environmental Management charge for GBR $7 per day (capped at 3 days)
- Equipment rental and courses
- Nitrox fills – $25 per day
- Bar purchases and souvenirs