Travel Lineup 2019 and Beyond
Divers are some of the most well traveled people. Why? Divers enjoy exploring areas above and below the waterline. Jupiter Dive Center understands. We also know that planning a dive vacation can be daunting. That’s why we do it for you—and here’s what we have planned.
Solomon Islands, October 14-25, 2019
The walls, reefs, pinnacles, and coral gardens of Solomon Islands support an amazing variety of sea creatures—from small reef dwellers to large pelagic marine animals. Popular with underwater photographers, “muck dives” reveal small and unusual critters such as Manta shrimp, ghost pipefish, pygmy seahorses and more.
This trip includes 10 nights accommodation, up to 5 dives a day, meals and snacks.
Add on Fiji! You’re already in the region, why not make your dream of diving in Fiji come true. Stay an additional three nights at Treasure Island and you can add on three more 2-tank charters.
Truk Lagoon May 9-16, 2020
Join us as we travel with Odyssey Adventures to see the ghost fleet of Truk Lagoon. Often cited as the best shipwreck destination in the world, this location offers a glimpse into history. Many divers go merely for the wrecks, but the area is also home to vivid tropical fishes, anemones, sponges, and larger marine life. On this trip, divers can choose to dive on their own or with experienced local guides for a truly memorable experience.
This 7-night live-aboard trip includes six days of diving—and divers can dive up to five times each day. The price includes nitrox (for those divers with enriched air certifications), meals and snacks.
Little Cayman June 13-20, 2020
Little Cayman is a perennial favorite, but you have to book fast—our 2019 trip sold out quickly. Why is it so popular? One reason is the Bloody Bay wall—a pristine underwater site rated as the best diving in the Caribbean by National Geographic. But that’s only the beginning. Seventeen boat dives, an optional day trip to Cayman Brac, concierge diving with Reef Divers, and lodging and meals at Little Cayman Reef Resort make experience a holiday many of our divers return to year after year.
A word about insurance
There is a difference between dive insurance, which covers the diver, and travel insurance, which covers the trip. (Here’s a post that explains more about travel insurance.) Jupiter Dive Center requires that traveling divers have DAN dive insurance or similar insurance to cover any dive-related health emergency. While not compulsory, travel insurance is highly recommended.
Ready to embark on your next adventure? The hardest decision is deciding where. After that, Jupiter Dive Center will take care of the rest. Call us today at 561-745-7807.