In the finstrokes of Cousteau

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In the finstrokes of Cousteau

You can follow in Jacques Cousteau's finstrokes and dive his Conshelf II underwater habitat (pictured) as well as the famous Sha'ab Rumi, Sanganeb's plateaus, and the wreck of the Umbria – if you take a trip to the Sudanese Red Sea.

There is shark-diving further to the south, too.

Diverse Travel is offering a seven-night liveaboard trip to Sudan on the liveaboard Oceanos from £1495pp (two sharing a twin cabin).

This includes flights from London to Port Sudan and transfers, plus three dives a day on all but the first and last days (two dives on each).

The first 10 bookers receive free nitrox if qualified. Diverse says the price will save you up to £125. Book by 31 October.



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