Not one, but two seahorses together! When mating they swim together over the reef with their tails entwined before the female deposits the eggs in a ´kangaroo pounch´ on the male, who then looks after them till they hatch. This week we saw another one in a differnt dive area as well.
We know you often need flexibility when booking, or in challenging times the ability
to change or cancel your planned dives. You have always had that flexibility as we do not
demand a deposit. This lets you find the best dates and times for your dives.