Save Over £1,000 Per Couple On A Liveaboard Trip to Cocos Island
Cocos Island is one of the remotest – often considered one of the best – diving locations in the world, and specialist operator Dive Worldwide is offering exclusive savings this November on liveaboard trips onboard the Okeanos Aggressor I and Aggressor II – when booked by 27 July 2019.
Located 540km off the coast of Costa Rica, Cocos Island is consistently voted in the top ten 'must dive' destinations, and is one of the world’s finest locations for shark diving. Water temperature is 26-29°C all year round and most of the action is found from 18-40m of depth. The biodiversity of the marine life at Cocos Island is mesmerising – divers can expect to see white-tip reef sharks, schooling hammerheads, dolphins, manta rays, marbled rays, sailfish, large schools of pelagic fish, turtles, and the occasional whale shark. The water is home to at least 27 endemic fish species and the small rocky outcrop of landmass is home to numerous bird and plant species, some of which are also endemic.
The Aggressor I and Aggressor II are modern, dedicated dive cruisers specifically built for long-range dive expeditions. The boats offer air-conditioned cabins with modern facilities and can each accommodate up to 22 passengers. Photographers are well catered for aboard the Aggressor I with a three-tier camera table with low-pressure air hoses. Digital photo facilities are also offered onboard, and photo-pros are available for free coaching with equipment rental. Each cruiser has spacious lounges and sundecks on which to relax between dives.
Special Offer Price: from £4,785pp based on two sharing (SAVING £560pp), including return flights from the UK, transfers, one night in San Jose, 10 nights’ FB accommodation on liveaboard, seven days diving (24 dives) at Cocos Island, tanks and weights with Dive Worldwide (diveworldwide.com, 01962 302 087). Depart 4 November or 24 November 2019. Book by 27 July 2019.
Full Terms and Conditions can be found at: www.diveworldwide.com/group-tours/cocos-islands