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what is insider divers

expert led tours

It is always better to dive in a group. You get the best deals and our own boat. We can demand a different itinerary for ourselves, optimizing it for the skill level of our dive team.

And it is more fun. We always have a great time after diving, sharing photos, playing games, or just sitting in the sunset with a cold one.

Travel with experts, they will guide you, prepare the itinerary and arrange everything on site. Benefit from the knowledge of thousands of dives, may it be with your diving, your animal questions or your photography

There are amazing natural phenomena out there. But how to find them. Rely on the INSIDER DIVERS team to set up the best possible itinerary.


Pregnant bullsharks in Mexico, Sardine Run in South Africa, or Bumphead Parrotfish spawning in Palau - we will bring you to the right spots, at the right time.

Insider Divers are scuba divers who want to understand more. We believe in the power of knowledge, and that you enjoy your diving more if you understand the background. How to sharks mate? How come all Napoleon Wrasses are born female? How does a tongue-eating parasite survive?


On all our trips we have optional presentations on the region and the animals. 

Optional dive training

Need brushing up on dive skills or scuba knowledge? Learn how to use strobes in your photography? Or fine tuning your photography with a snoot?

On our trips our tour guides will do ad hoc dive presentations or teach missing skills such as NITROX, Advanced Course, Wreck Specialty. We often conduct free peak performance buoyancy training if guests want to improve. 

Professional photographers have gone through years of training. Photography is not easy, and we have so little time to practice it on a short trip. With a pro photographer by your side your can learn.

On every trip we will host ad hoc presentations on the needs of our photographers. Macro techniques or manual basics? Wreck photography or wide angle? There will always be lots to learn, if you want to.


Or join dedicated training trips, such as a photo workshop or a photo expedition. There is always room to learn.

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