Diving safaris head further from the coast, where water is crystal clear and the marine life is diverse. The number of species is the same as in nearby Phuket, but the nutrient-rich waters ensure that the species grow larger and the schools of fish are huge.
On a safari, the schedule is relaxed and even as the dives are done four a day it doesn't seem too much. After every dive is served something to eat and You can take a nap whenever You feel so. The relaxed dive life charms you easily, and it’s not uncommon for you to want to come on liveaboard again.
The price of a liveaboard may seem pricey at first, but when you think about what the price includes, the daily price is very reasonable.
The average price of a liveaboard day is about 200 euros, which includes everything from equipment rental to meals and accommodation.
You can go to liveaboard even straight after completing the Open Water Diver course. Some destinations may be more challenging, but there is always a liveaboard that is also suitable for divers at the beginning of their diving hobby. In a liveaboard, you also gain more diving experience, so You are welcome to join us.
First you send us a message and we will start looking for a safari that suits you.
Once the best days and price have been found, we need the following information from you (and your possible liveaboard partners):
Only Myanmar liveaboards:
It is not advisable to pack the whole two-week holiday equipment and suitcases for the safari, but large suitcases can be left in the liveaboard company's or Into Dive's office for storage.
For liveaboard, you should bring:
Usually there are following basic things in every liveaboard. And more expensive ones have a lot of extras:
Liveaboard boats are used to the different wishes and requests of customers. It’s also not uncommon for something to be forgotten at home, so often boats also sell a variety of products you might need.
Every liveaboard has a different kind of schedule. We will provide a precise schedule for customers before liveaboard starts. Please note that dive sites and schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions or other important reasons.
Every liveaboard have their own schedule, but “normal” dive day usually goes like this:
06.30 Wake up and light breakfast
07.00 Dive 1
10.30 Dive 2
14.30 Dive 3
18.30 Sunset / Night Dive
Safety has been well taken into account on all the liveaboard boats we use. That’s important, because liveaboards are often many hours away from hospitalization. Here are the things listed that increase security and resources to respond to emergencies:
According to the general guidelines, it is a good idea not to fly 24 hours after the last dive if you have done repeat dives.
Safaris are dived for several days in a row, each with 2-4 dives. So you should make sure that you do not violate the no-fly recommendation, but wait at least 24 hours before flying after the safari.
It’s also good to note that safaris usually take two more dives on the last day.