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Be it a single shore dive on the muck sites surrounding Dili, a road trip along Timor-Leste’s coastal line or an adventure into Atauro breath-taking reefs, our team is looking forward to host you on tailored single- or multi-day dive tours.

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The marine tourism potential of this country is waiting to be discovered by you! Short for time to include overnight dive trips? Worry not, as most of Timor-Leste’s wonderful reefs are also accessible on a day trip – both via boat and shore diving.

Prices start at:

• Dili Shore Dive: US$ 50/dive 

• Dili Boat Dive: US$ 60/dive 

• Coastal Shore Dive: US$ 130/trip (2 dives – lunch included) 

• Atauro Boat Dives: US$ 230 - $ 280/trip (2 dives – lunch included) 

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Join us at our cozy eco lodge in Beloi, Eastern Atauro, for world-class diving and beachfront vibes.

Starting prices at:

• 2D1N, 4 dives package: US$ 450/person (inclusive of meals, accommodation and boat transfers) 

Interested on staying longer? Let us know and we’ll tailor a dive itinerary covering most of Atauro’s reefs while possibly combining it with cultural activities available on the island.

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Accommodation, meals, airport pick-up, boat transfers, dive equipment and an ocean-loving PADI professional guide included: the way to truly discover Timor-Leste’s wonderful reefs!

• Prices vary depending on the length of stay and dive itinerary 

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On a 5D4N cruise, we will take you from Dili to Jaco Island in the comfort of our catamaran, Sundance. Reach out for more details, including itinerary, on what we truthfully believe could be one of the most unique and memorable adventures of your life.

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Due to its incredibly dense and colourful shallow reefs, Atauro offers amazing snorkeling opportunities! With that in mind, all our itineraries can be adapted for non-divers in order to include in-water guided sessions conducted from a boat, granting you access to the island’s outer reefs.

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