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Anemonefish photographed while snorkeling on a snorkeling tour to Raja Ampat

Snorkel Tour Dates

Snorkeling Tour Dates

Our annual portfolio of tours include a combination of old favorites and new destinations. For more information, click on the snorkeling tour.




Humpback Whales                Mar 25 – Apr 01, 2023
Raja Ampat                           Mar 26 – Apr 08, 2023
Total Solar Eclipse                Apr 08 – 24, 2023
Belize                                    May 27 – Jun 03, 2023
Komodo Nat’l Park                Jun 03 – 15, 2023
Alor, Indonesia                      Sep 11 – 23, 2023
Alyui Bay, Indonesia             Oct 07 – 19, 2023
Banda Islands                       Nov 12 – 25, 2023
Ambon – Raja Ampat            Nov 26 – Dec 09, 2023

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Raja Ampat                           Feb 22 – Mar 05, 2024
Raja Ampat                           Mar 05 – 17, 2024
Palau, Micronesia                 Apr 06 – 22, 2024
Belize                                    May 18 – 25, 2024
Forgotten Islands                  May 22 – Jun 04, 2024
Komodo Nat’l Park                Sep 12 – 24, 2024
Alor, Indonesia                      Sep 24 – Oct 06, 2024
North Sulawesi                      Nov 22 – Dec 06, 2024
Raja Ampat                           Dec 09 – 21, 2024

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The following tours are a great start to our 2025 season. More details will be available in the future… 


Raja Ampat                           Mar 16 – 26, 2025
Halmahera (via R.A.)            Mar 28 – Apr 08, 2025
Alor – Wakatobi                    May 19 – Jun 04, 2025
Alor, Indonesia                     Aug 27 – Sep 08, 2025
Solomon Islands                  Dec 05 – 15, 2025
Raja Ampat                          Dec 08 – 20, 2025

Our tours in brief:
Alor, Indonesia: Super lush reefs with amazing diversity and abundance of fish.
Alyui Bay, Indonesia: Mega diversity in micro habitats.
Ambon to Raja Ampat: Best of both worlds, Ambon for the bizarre critters and Raja Ampat for the reef life and diversity of habitats.
Banda Islands: Historic island group with vibrant seaward reefs and big fish!
Belize: Shallow reefs with good coral coverage and fantastic diversity of Caribbean reef fishes.
Fiji Islands: Excellent reefs of hard and soft coral, good diversity of local reef fishes.
Forgotten Islands: A chain of idyllic tropical islands surrounded by clear, warm seas and coral reef.
Halmahera: Off-the-beaten-path destination with pristine reefs and locations.
Heart of the Coral Triangle: Alor, Banda Islands, and Raja Ampat combine to make this the best of everything a snorkeler would want in a snorkel trip-of-a-lifetime.
Humpback whales: Unique and perhaps life-changing experience snorkeling with one of the planets largest creature.
Komodo National Park: Incredible reefs with great diversity plus Komodo dragons!
Misool, Raja Ampat: Gorgeous island groups with colorful shallow coral gardens and steep walls.
North Sulawesi: The critter capital of the world!
Palau, Micronesia: Beautiful Rock Islands surrounded by healthy lagoon reefs all encapsulated by a magnificent barrier reef.
Papua New Guinea (Kimbe Bay): Seaward reefs that begin in a few feet of water and drop off to thousands of feet!
Philippine Islands: Good diversity of habitats that offer many chances for bizarre and unusual marine organisms.
Raja Ampat: Fantastic diversity of shallow marine habitats that expose snorkelers to an enormous amount of marine biodiversity.
Solomon Islands: South Pacific island life with abundant, diverse reefs, big fish, and reef formations that have to be seen as well as experienced.
Total Solar Eclipse West Papua: Are you kidding me? Raja Ampat, Triton Bay, AND a total solar eclipse?
Wakatobi: Exceptional reefs combined with an even more exceptional resort.