Welcome to Fly & Sea Dive Adventures. Like you, we are divers and love the joy of travelling and experiencing new adventures. Together, our team of scuba diving travel agents has over 100+ years of experience helping plan custom scuba dive vacations for individuals and groups. Working closely with the world's top dive resorts, dive operators, and liveaboard dive boats, we deliver an exceptional scuba diving vacations to divers and snorkelers of all skill levels. We look after your entire dive vacation arrangements, including airfare, diving, accommodation, topside activities and insurance so all that you have to worry about is if you have time for a massage before your next dive.
Whether you are looking for a luxury Raja Ampat liveaboard dive holiday, a quaint and comfortable Caribbean dive resort, or an eco dive resort in the South Pacific, we can get you there. If you are thinking scuba diving vacations, think Fly & Sea Dive Adventures, your dive travel agency.
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Featured Destination - Cayman Islands
Ah, the picturesque Cayman Islands. Picture white, sugar sand beaches, glistening, crystalline turquoise waters, palm trees blowing in the seabreeze; it’s a feast for the eyes, and we are only talking about above the water! The Cayman Islands offer serene, tropical diving at its finest and you’ll get to explore 365 dive sites here – one for each day of the year. Warm water, sting rays and eagle rays, reef squid, turtles, lobster, plenty of reef fish, and a kaleidoscope of color and life in the form of beautiful sponges and corals. There are also fascinating underwater attractions such as the USS Kittiwake wreck, the Guardian of the Reef sculpture and the MV Keith Tibbetts. Combine this diving with… well, whatever tickles your fancy really. Foodies will love Grand Cayman’s dining offerings. The adventurous souls will appreciate Cayman Brac’s limestone cliffs and caves. Those looking to really escape the crowds, will love the small community atmosphere available on Little Cayman. Let’s not forget the locals too; Cayman's culture is clearly welcoming - often referred to as 'Caymankind'.