Planning ahead for lone divers

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Planning ahead for lone divers

Ultimate Diving is launching two solo-diver weeks, the idea being that single divers don't have to worry about paying supplements to enjoy the sort of dive-trips that room-sharers expect.

You’ll have a bit of a wait, however – the next trip is to Tobago in September, and you get seven nights with flights, airport transfers and 10 dives for £1555pp.

In 2019 there is a nine-night trip to South Africa and Mozambique with flights, transfers and diving for £2185pp. Deposits start from £600, if you‘re confident of staying single that long.

Quoting “SOLODIVER” on booking earns a £50 discount too.



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