SCUBA diving trips can draw couples, families and a group of buddies. But because diving is not a solitary endeavor, it's important for single divers to know that they can find trips that cater to their needs, too. Such trips are available all over the world, so whether you're looking to meet other singles who also love SCUBA diving or you just want to get away on your own and do some diving, you can find what you're looking for with a little research.
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When booking a SCUBA trip for yourself or for you and some buddies, do a little research to find out whether the trip is really about diving or dating. If you want to mix your diving with a possible new romance, then look for testimonials on a diving trip or resort website that might be helpful. If you just want a cool diving experience without a lot of goofy get-to-know-you activities in the evenings, then find out in advance and make sure your trip matches your expectations.
Hidden Depths Dive Tours
Hidden Depths Dive Tours may be based in the U.K., but the company sponsors dive trips from Mexico to Indonesia and many places in between. Hidden Depths also features Escorted Tours to help singles feel a part of a larger excursion. The Escorted Tours, as well as some of Hidden Depths other tours, focus on underwater photography and videography. And if you book a dive trip to an area such as Egypt, the package will also include plenty of dry land sightseeing.
The Singles Travel Service schedules trips of all kinds for single people, ranging from SCUBA adventures to ski vacations. SCUBA Singles destinations have included Costa Rica and the Florida Keys. Trips are usually planned a year in advance, but you can reserve a spot online for an upcoming SCUBA trip.
SingleDivers.com is an online community for single divers, primarily women, who want to organize SCUBA trips that are not focused on forming relationships. The company's motto, "Our hookups are to tanks!" says it all. Destination trips are planned and advertised and interested members can sign up or make suggestions. The organization consists of both married and single divers who simply want a diving buddy or group for their next excursion.