SOLOMON ISLANDS- GIZO & MUNDA
SOLOMON ISLANDS- GIZO & MUNDA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE DIVE ADVENTURE

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GIZO
The waters around Gizo are renowned for their spectacular and diverse dive sites, 28C water temperatures and the excellent visability. Dive on WWII wrecks, off-shore reefs, spectacular coral formations and plummeting walls covered in marine life.

 

 

Some of the popular dive sites include:
Toa Maru Hold 3
Toa Maru: The 6,700 ton, 140 metre long Japanese transport ship is lying on her starboard side in 10- 37 metres of water. This dive site is worth several visits. You can explore the ships holds containingammunition, saki bottles and even a two man tank.

Japanese Zero and Float Plane: Located in Gizo Harbour these wreck dives are easily accessible.

Grand Central Station: One of the best dives in Gizo. Park yourself on a 18 metre deep ‘bench’ and watch the multitude of fish life pass you by. Rays, sharks, kingfish and porpoises are all present. Colourful corals are in abundance.

Hot Spot: A deep water pinnacle starting at 5- 6 metres. This is a concentrated fish dive and home to 7 species of anemone fish, located at the safety stop.

 

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The diving is relatively unexplored with new sites being discovered regularly. Majestic wall dives and virgin reefs are specialties. The soft coral overhangs of Mushroom Island, the 4km drop off at Shark Point and the amazing colourful corals of Rainbow Passage are fast becoming renowned as world class dive sites with intense big fish and shark action.

 

plane editedSome of the popular dive sites include:
Casi Maru:
a 700 tonne Japanese freighter lying at 16 metres.
Mushroom Island: is perched on an extinct volcano withsoft coral overhangs, fantastic visibility and big fish action.
Custom Shark Cave: An amazing cave system that extends from a fresh water pool at the centre of the island to a cavern that opens onto an 800 metre reef wall that’s ablaze with soft corals, whips, sponges and myriad of fish life.
Rainbow Passage: A colourful dive with an array of corals, gorgoniansand invertebrates teeming with fish life that includes sharks and turtles.
Douglas Dive Bomber: This historical wreck lies intact in 12m of water.

 

DIVE INFORMATION
Suitable for open water divers (certified to 18 metres)
Depth ranges from 6- 40 metres
Diving by yourself? We will buddy you up with another diver of similar experience.

 

TRIP DATES

10- 20 July 2017 – TRIP IS CLOSED OUT. Stay tuned for future dates!

11 days/ 10 nights ex Brisbane

PRICE

 

WHAT’S INCLUDED

Airfares and Taxes
Return airfares ex Brisbane to Gizo and Munda via Honiara Flying with Solomon Airlines
Australian departure taxes and applicable airline taxes (subject to change)

Agnes Lodge - Naru roomAccommodation, Meals and Transfers
Meet and greet at Gizo airport
5 nights twin share poolside room accommodation at The Gizo Hotel
Continental breakfast daily whilst in Gizo
Picinic or BBQ lunch provided on diving days in Gizo
Boat transfer from Gizo to Munda
5 nights twin share Ibibu cottage accommodation at Agnes Gateway Lodge – Munda

 

Gizo 024Diving Package
6 boat dives with Adventure Sports Gizo
8 boat dives with Dive Munda- includes: tanks, weights and dive guide services

Tours
WWII Tour- Gizo
Half day Skull Island/ snorkel trip with Dive Munda

 

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WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED:

Travel insurance, personal spending moneyand excess luggage surcharges
Airfares and taxes to and from Brisbane
Local custom fees in Munda: $20 AUD per day

 

BOOKING CONDITIONS APPLY
Prices are subject to change at any time without notice due to supplier rate changes. See other terms and conditions as per the Dive Adventures website:

www.diveadventures.com.au

BOOKING REQUIREMENTS
To secure your place on this trip, you will need to complete an online booking form and return it together with a non-refundable deposit amount of $500 per person

TO BOOK: 

Please click here to book on directly through the Dive Adventures website.

 

 

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