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Benefit from our world-wide scuba diving and travel experience. We’ve been to the resort, know the dive staff and have a favorite dive site. We can recommend the locals’ favorite spot for the catch-of-the-day and we can probably tell you where to find the best rum punch.

Booking a trip is easy. We do all the planning – airfare, resort accommodations, diving and other activities. We provide a Diventures Trip Leader on every group trip, a professional diver you know and trust. They’re available to assist you throughout your trip. All you have to do is relax and enjoy yourself.

Want to complete your Open Water training dives on a trip? No problem, we provide the Instructor. Traveling with a non-diver? That’s ok, we love all travelers.

Private trip planning is also available. Let us know what you have in mind and we’ll set everything up for you.


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Our Trip Leaders are experts

Ever wonder what it takes to be a Diventures Trip Leader? It takes an extraordinary mix of passion, energy, and scuba knowledge.
Diventures Trip Leaders must:

  • Complete extensive training before leading a trip
  • Be certified as a Dive Professional
  • Complete the comprehensive Trip Leader training and exam
  • Pass an evaluation trip before leading one of their own

The Diventures training program is a classroom-setting course that prepares our Trip Leaders with the practical tools they need to be a successful Trip Leader. The goal for each trip is to create positive, once-in-a-lifetime and safe experiences from start to finish. This Trip Leader training program ensures they comply with Diventures standards and procedures, as well as develop people and communication skills with in-depth practice scenarios. Once the training program is completed, they must pass an exam that advances them to “Trip Leader” status. It’s the exceptional training that empowers our Trip Leaders to help guide you on an adventure of a lifetime with world-wide scuba diving and travel!


Join us in Cozumel for a great dive getaway that is perfect for divers and non-divers alike. Thanks to the current that sweeps through Cozumel, divers get the chance to see some of the healthiest coral reefs in the world. You might spot an eagle ray, green turtle, or the endemic spotted toadfish. When you experience diving with Dive House you will never have to lift a finger. After you put your gear on the boat the first day, the wonderful staff will take it off the boat and you will find it in the exact same spot the next day. Talk about service! Join trip leaders, Erika Roberts and Nath Northup for a great drift diving experience... Details

Cairo and the Nile

On this trip, with Aaron Parson is our Trip Leader, we’ll spend three nights in Cairo and four nights cruising the Nile. While in Cairo, we are staying at the exquisite Le Meridien Pyramids Hotel and Spa. The five-star hotel boasts views of the Giza Pyramids, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. While in Cairo, we’ll enjoy a full day tour of the pyramids and the Sphinx, and the city of Memphis, including the Sakkara burial grounds. The following day we’ll visit the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, old Cairo and the Khan El Khalili Bazaar. The cruise itinerary includes the West Bank of the Nile, the Valley of the Kings, the Hatshepsut temple, the Colossi of Memnon, the Temple of Edfu, the temple of Kom Ombo, and sites in Aswan: the High Dam, the granite quarries and the temple of Philae. The ship includes 4 decks, a restaurant offering Arabic and international specialties, a lounge and bar, an extensive sun deck, pool with bar, gym, beauty salon, and internet access... Details

Cozumel – group rate full

Join us in Cozumel for a dive getaway that is perfect for divers and non-divers alike. Thanks to the current that sweeps through Cozumel, divers get the chance to see some of the healthiest coral reefs in the world. You might spot an eagle ray, green turtle, or the endemic spotted toadfish. When you experience diving with Dive House you will never have to lift a finger. After you put your gear on the boat the first day, the wonderful staff will take it off the boat and you will find it in the exact same spot the next day. Talk about service!.. Details

Red Sea

Enjoy diving the Red Sea with Trip Leader Aaron Parson as this adventure will be full of breathtaking dive sights. While diving the Red Sea, you will expect to see intact shipwrecks, shoals of sharks, and colorful coral reefs. Apart from reef sharks, oceanic whitetips, hammerheads, tigers, and thresher sharks can also be encountered throughout the region. Whale sharks, manatees, and dolphins may also surprise lucky divers. The reef life is incredibly breathtaking. There are more than 800 species of fish and at least 10% of these species are endemic to the Red Sea.  From Egypt to Sudan, a variety of underwater environments greet scuba divers. Sheer walls, shallow reefs, pinnacles, and open ocean drifts are common, but the most popular are shipwrecks. Both Thistlegorm and the Umbria represent accessible World War II wrecks. Divers are required to have logged 30 dives prior to trip. .. Details

Bahamas – group rate full

Join us in the Exuma Islands this May! Divers have the opportunity to experience deep sea diving on the many beautiful walls and can expect to see Caribbean reef sharks, nurse sharks, and even tiger sharks on the sandy banks! These dive sites are only reached by scuba diving liveaboards. The central Bahamas were once the hideout of pirates and privateers… now, these islands offer spectacular diving in warm, crystal clear waters with deserted beaches. There is no set itinerary- we go where conditions and weather are the best to offer divers an adventure of a lifetime! Scuba liveaboards offer the best variety of diving available- dive with sharks at Amberjack Reef, watch eagle rays gracefully glide by the walls, get tumbled around on our high-speed drift dive, or shoot photos of all the great macro and micro shots you’ll see in the gin-clear water of the Bahamas. Join trip leader Andrew Quinlan for a tropical adventure! .. Details


While diving in the southern end of Mozambique you will get the chance to encounter a few of the biggest underwater creatures. You will swim with Manta rays, Leopard sharks, Potato Groupers, huge Loggerhead Turtles, Humpback Whales and even Whale Sharks! This trip isn’t just about the big fish. The macro life here is excellent with chances to spot the cryptic Frogfish, Leaf Fish and many types of Nudibranch. Tofus biodiversity is what draws divers to this location every year. This trip includes dive sites such as the Amazon, Marble Arch, Reggies, Sherwood, Hogwarts, Giants Castle, and The Office. With a wide variety of diving, there is something for everyone. Join Trip Leaders Frank Wells and Pat Purkhiser for a breathtaking African Adventure! .. Details

Grand Cayman

Sunset House is known for its incredibly diverse house reef and with unlimited shore diving, you’ll appreciate the easy access to some of the best diving on the island. Get back from the morning two-tank dive, have a quick lunch, and jump right back into the warm Caribbean waters to look for Amphitrite, the famous mermaid. Morning, afternoon, and night dives, the choice is yours. The boat dive sites will leave even the most seasoned divers awestruck – Devilishly deep drop-offs, wicked wreck dives including the wreck of Captain Keith Tibbetts and the wreck of the Kittiwake. Grand Cayman’s North Wall plunges deeper than 1800 meters/6000 feet and offers beautiful wall diving with opportunities to see spotted eagle rays and sea turtles. Grand Cayman also offers accessible shore diving on great coral reefs with little to no current. The Cayman Islands are famous for its encounters with stingrays in Stingray City where the rays are said to be almost tame. Join trip leaders Megan and Ryan for an adventurous Caribbean getaway! .. Details

St. Lucia

St. Lucia is one of the most scenic and ecologically rich locations the Caribbean has to offer – including an easily accessible coral-rich dive and snorkeling site right off the shore. Just 15 yards beyond the water's edge, the reef's remarkable ecosystem offers an amazing profusion of unusual tropical marine life in as little as 20 feet all the way to 140 feet in clear calm water. Be sure to keep your eyes open for flounders, squid, needlefish, and turtles. Or drop down over deeper dense coral growths to see puffers, moray eels, parrotfish, lobsters, and even seahorses... Details


Saba, known as the Unspoiled Queen, plunges below the sea as steeply as she rises above. From shallow patch reefs to deep underwater seamounts, Saba offers sites suitable for adventurous divers. Past volcanic activity has created spectacular formations and structures. Underwater lava flows and hot springs are the most obvious evidence of Saba’s volcanic origins. This island is protected by both a marine park and a land conservation foundation. The reefs are populated with schools of tropical fish including, sharks, turtles, and healthy coral. Sheer close-to-shore walls are covered with sponges of all sizes, and the heavily encrusted deep-water seamounts attract pelagic creatures not frequently seen by divers. Unusual and exciting marine sightings are always possible in Saba. Advanced Open Water Certification is recommended for this trip. Join trip leader Dwain Gardner for an underwater adventure! .. Details

Key Largo

Join us as we head to Key Largo for lobster mini-season! We’ll spend the first two days of lobster season hunting with four dives each day and then continue our trip with nine tank boat dives. Our divemaster, from Pirates Cove Watersports, will teach us the best techniques on how to catch the lobsters. Under the turquoise blue water, you will experience extensive coral reefs and have the opportunity to see turtles, queen angelfish, trumpetfish, and butterflyfish. .. Details


While diving in the Bahamas, you’ll enjoy warm water temps around 85 degrees and light to no current with crystal clear views and a choice of over 200 dive sites. You might even get the chance to meet Charlie, the Nassau Grouper, that hangs out with divers on the weekly shark dive. Diving from the Aqua Cat takes place from the spacious dive deck, which is fully equipped with bathrooms & showers, rinse tanks, dive ladders and camera storage, setup area, and charging station. Plus, multiple shore excursions, including the famous Pig Beach, offered daily for non-divers or divers looking to relax in the sun with a cocktail. Join a 5-star award-winning crew and trip leader Jim Hayes, aboard the Aqua-Cat!.. Details


Join us in Cozumel for a great dive getaway that is perfect for divers and non-divers alike. Thanks to the current that sweeps through Cozumel, divers get the chance to see some of the healthiest coral reefs in the world. You might spot an eagle ray, green turtle, or the endemic spotted toadfish. When you experience diving with Dive House you will never have to lift a finger. After you put your gear on the boat the first day, the wonderful staff will take it off the boat and you will find it in the exact same spot the next day. Talk about service! Join trip leaders, Erika Roberts and Nath Northup for a great drift diving experience... Details

Dunbar Rock – sold out

Dunbar Rock’s reef is a protected marine reserve, making it an ideal spot for scuba diving. Guanaja marks the beginning of the second largest barrier reef in the world – the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. The reef system is ideal for macro and wide-angle photography. With over 50 dive sites, you’ll get the opportunity to dive vertical walls, pinnacles, lava tunnels, and wrecks. The relative isolation of Dunbar Rock means pristine diving, with amazingly healthy coral and sponges. There are also more than 300 identified fish species in the Bay Island waters. Scuba divers frequently see Angelfish, Hamlets, Butterfly fish, Creole Wrasse, Grouper, Jackfish, Moray eels, Octopus, Parrotfish, and resident Nurse shark, “Jack-Jack”! While many dive operators claim to have “concierge diving” no one compares to the incredible service Dunbar’s dive team provides. .. Details


Katy Roberts is the trip leader on this ladies-only week aboard the Aqua Cat. Experience exceptional scuba diving like no other place in the Caribbean. The variety of dive sites in the Exuma Cays is truly unique. Because it can only be reached on a liveaboard, this underwater world is pristine and filled with an abundance of colorful fish, macro-critters, corals, sponges, fans, lobsters, and sharks. You will enjoy walls that begin as shallow as 40 feet, high speed drift dives through the cuts of the cays, and blue holes banked by patch reefs with huge schools of fish. .. Details


Turneffe has dive sites for every level of diver. The shallow reefs are perfect for beginners and casual divers, while the varied topography is more suited for the seasoned diver. A good variety of the dives sites and larger reefs have fish, turtles, and spotted eagle rays that are frequently sighted. The endemic whitespotted toadfish is a delight to find for any diver. If you look closer, you can spot basket stars, coral shrimp, and file clams. The nearby reef is home to schools of barracuda and there are several impressive coral patches. If you're lucky, you will see manatees as they can sometimes be spotted in the water away from their lagoon home. There are also Caribbean reef sharks and the ever-present nurse sharks. Belize is also known for The Great Blue Hole, which is a giant marine sinkhole off the coast that lies near the center of the Lighthouse Reef. This bucket-list destination is one you don't want to miss! Join us for a Caribbean water excursion this November with trip leader Erin White! .. Details


A favorite destination of Trip Leader Megan Oswald, and arguably one of the best locations in Fiji for a diving vacation, the reefs in the surrounding Bligh Waters are some of the healthiest in the world. With very little pollution and few boats, so you’ll be able to see an array of marine life including anemone, fish, turtles, colorful soft coral, and reef sharks. Even rare macro creatures, like the ornate ghost pipefish. The crew has many years of local experience ensuring we’ll dive superb sites for a truly unique experience. Most of the best sites are no more than a 20-minute boat ride... Details

Indonesia aboard the Velocean

Indonesia hosts over 25% of the world's fish species and around 70% of the worldwide coral species. Our dive adventures encompass the most popular dive areas – Misool, Ambon and Raja Ampat. You will experience massive underwater pinnacles, the elusive pygmy seahorse, and spectacular walls covered in colorful sponges. If you time your dive just right, you'll have a good chance of seeing the stunning Mandarin Fish, who make their appearance just before sunset. You will also get the opportunity to experience some of the best muck diving in the world. If you’ve been thinking about honing your underwater photography skills, Indonesia is the place. You can expect to see over 500 species of vibrantly colored coral, nudibranchs, yellow frogfish, anemonefish, Manta rays, and an abundance of other macro life. Join trip leader Erika Roberts for a magical underwater experience! .. Details


Venture to the Philippines and experience concierge-level diving every day! You will start your journey at the Atlantis Dive Resort for 3 nights and then travel aboard the Atlantis Azores Liveaboard for 9 nights. They have one of the most spacious camera facilities in the diving world, providing a climate-controlled area where you can use air guns to dry off your camera while viewing your photos on a 42-inch HD TV. When you’re on the liveaboard you’ll get the opportunity to explore a variety of islands throughout your trip. Most of the dives are done from tender boats that take divers on a short ride to reach the dive site. The Philippines offer you the unique chance to see the rare Thresher shark, Whale sharks, and a mighty school of Sardines. Join Trip Leaders, Joe and Angie Fuller for a relaxing and breathtaking diving experience! .. Details

Indonesia aboard the Arenui

Diving in the Forgotten Islands you can expect to find plenty of rare and unusual critters and stunning corals, but you will also have fantastic opportunities for pelagic sightings and schools of larger fish such as barracuda and mackerel, as well as the chance to meet schooling hammerhead sharks. Dive sites in the Forgotten Islands are in the Banda Sea and are particularly noticeable for the crystal clear blue sea, deep walls, and huge sponges. The stunning walls of the Banda Sea are beautiful and healthy due to the isolation of these areas. We will then make our way to Alor islands. This offers widespread muck diving, sharks and large schools of fish, WWII wreck dives, untouched reefs and unexplored coral gardens, magnificent soft corals and stunning hard coral formations. .. Details

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Biggest and best dive shop!
The staff and instructors are super friendly and active promoters in the dive community. I highly recommend Diventures for anyone even a little bit interested in diving.

— mybroker1

Open Water Certification Course/Instructors
We took our course the beginning of July over a weekend and felt the course was well led. The instructors never made us feel rushed or under pressure, and the skills were taught at a very comfortable pace.

— Mark W.

Great facility, staff and training
My family all recently took training for our open water diving at Diventures. The staff, instructors, sales, everyone has been so helpful and does a great job. Training is outstanding.

— James K.

What a great experience
I went to their shop being very much a novice to the scuba experience. The staff was very knowledgeable and courteous. They had me take an introduction class, and it blew me away. While I was waiting, I decided to ask the other people their impression of Diventures, and everyone could not have been more praising.

— Jeff H.

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