|7 nights on-board the Odyssey in a Classic Twin air conditioned cabin|
|All meals and non-alcoholic beverages whilst on-board|
|Up to 4 dives per day including tanks, weights, air fills and marine access pass|
|Day 1||Embark the Odyssey from Broome|
|Day 2-7||Up to 4 Dives per day|
|Day 8||Disembark and return|
Subject to availability and COVID-19 conditions – please contact your Dive Adventures travel specialist.
With its pristine white-sand beaches, vast swathe of outback, one of the longest surviving cultures in the world, a UNESCO World Heritage Site made up of remarkable reef and rock formations, excellent surfing, and award-winning wines, you will always have a reason to return to Western Australia.
Dive in Exmouth and The Coral Coast to explore some of the most diverse marine habitats on earth, visit Shark Bay and Ningaloo Reef where you can swim with the biggest fish in the ocean – the whale shark. Frolic with the playful dolphins of Monkey Mia, take to a kayak and observe cliff kangaroos, or take your surfboard and catch some exceptional waves.
If you are after some out-of-the-water activities, stroll past the exhibits at the world’s biggest wildflower show, visit the strange moonscape of the Pinnacles Desert, or plunge into the extraordinary ancient river gorges of Kalbarri.
Located 300kms from land, the Rowley Shoals are a chain of coral atolls. These atolls rise nearly vertically from approximately 440 metres deep on the edge of one of the most extensive continental shelves in the world. Rising from the deep blue of the Indian Ocean, each of the three coral atolls covers around 90sq km and features a diverse array of snorkelling and diving environments with exceptional visibility.
The Rowley Shoals are among the few reefs in the world that are affected by a massive tidal range. The dramatic five-metre tides pour vast volumes of water in and out of the coral framework which has created unearthly and enchanting coral landscapes. The Rowley Shoals is home to an astonishing 233 species of coral and 688 species of fish including many that are not found on near-shore coral reefs.
Less than 200 people a year are privileged to experience the swimming pool-like conditions of the Rowley Shoals Marine Park. Be one of the few to enjoy the unspoilt beauty of the Rowley Shoals. Dive crystal clear lagoons and sheer vertical walls. Drift dive through deep, clear canyons alongside turtles, sharks and the many species of marine life that inhabit this unique and remote area.
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