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Ideas For Your Next Liveaboard Trip | Scuba Diving Blog

Have you been cooped up on land for the last 24 months, longing for the ocean breeze and an uninterrupted view of the horizon? If that dive, eat, sleep, repeat lifestyle is all you can think about we have some tantalizing liveaboard treats to get you in the mood for your next dive vacation.

Similan Islands Liveaboard

Offering access to some of the best diving in the Andaman Sea, a Similan Islands Liveaboard will take you to the best dive spots in this protected National Park. Explore the rich marine life of these nine stunning islands and discover some of the region's liveliest reefs, teeming with large shoals of anthers, damselfish, and schooling angel- and butterflyfish. Manta rays and whale sharks are also frequently spotted in the calm, sheltered waters.

Boats depart from Khao Lake, Ranong, or Phuket on mainland Thailand between October and May when divers are allowed to visit.

Komodo Liveaboards

A very popular dive destination, visiting onboard one of the many Komodo Liveaboards will allow you to experience the very best diving the island has to offer. Along the south coast, thrilling drifts in nutrient-rich currents sweep divers past huge coral formations and gorgonians, home to a plethora of colorful reef fish and large pelagics. While the north offers calm lagoons, gentle reefs, and warmer tropical waters, great for macro and critter encounters.

Most boats depart from Bali, Labuan Baja, or Bima, and many operators offer one-way transition trips between other popular dive destinations.

Solomon Island Liveaboard

Boasting some of the world's most pristine reefs, a Solomon Island Liveaboard trip will offer once-in-a-lifetime dive encounters in this stunningly remote dive location. As well as breathtaking marine diversity, the Solomon Islands are home to hundreds of WWII wrecks, beautiful cave and cavern systems, and vast coral gardens.

The main liveaboard to service the Solomon Islands is the Bilikiki based in Honiara.

Red Sea Liveaboards