Diving Safaris

The best way to see as much as possible underwater in the shortest possible time is to go on a diving safari.  Usually, you can manage 18-20 dives during a seven-day tour (depending on tour operator, country and route).



The daily routine on a diving safari boat is very regimented:  Dive, eat, sleep, dive, eat, sleep. I took my first tour in 2014 with the Seawolf Dominator in Egypt:

I made it through the safari very well, actually losing some weight despite all the food (what more can a girl ask for?), took great photos, and arrived home well rested… where I immediately started thinking about my next trip. And this

is how I ended up cruising around the Maldives on the Carpe Diem in 2015:

I felt so relaxed after one week as if I had been gone for three.  I can’t imagine life without this kind of holiday anymore.


How about you? Have you ever been on a diving safari? If so, which boat were you on? Or are you already planning a safari, or still just thinking about it?


I look forward to hearing from you.


Hugs, Mona

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Kommentare: 10
  • #1

    Rose (Montag, 18 April 2016 15:15)

    Hi Mona
    I've just found your website via google. I really like it! I've never dived before but reading your blog makes me feel as if I've missed some great experience.

  • #2

    Mona (Montag, 18 April 2016 16:15)

    Dear Rose,
    Very happy to read that somebody found me with "Google" :-) Try to join it - you will love it. All the best wishes and thank you for your message.

    Best wishes, Mona

  • #3

    Eddie (Dienstag, 19 April 2016 12:17)

    Hi Mona,
    Really nice website you got, there! I've only ever been on organised daytrips from the mainland (Red Sea, Egypt), the "safari" aspect sounds like a real adventure...Must be cool to wake up and have breakfast on board (with beautiful views)? But what is it like sharing a room on a boat that size like? Isn't it too cramped?

  • #4

    Mona (Mittwoch, 20 April 2016 10:49)

    You definitely should try a liveaboard trip some time. It's wonderful in Egypt. The rooms are very large - there is always enough space for two people (depends on your luggage ;-)). I will be writing a report about my first liveaboard trip in Egypt soon. Stay tuned. :-) Mona

  • #5

    Eddie (Mittwoch, 20 April 2016 14:19)

    Cool, I had already seen your photos from Egypt...Looking forward to read about your firsthand experience diving in the Red Sea! (it's been a while for me ;)

    Take care

  • #6

    Steffi (Donnerstag, 28 April 2016 12:37)

    Great hobby, great pictures, great Homepage!!! I LIKE!!! :-)

  • #7

    Mona (Donnerstag, 28 April 2016 13:26)

    Dear Steffi, thank you so much for your LIIIIIKE! ;-)

  • #8

    Eddie (Donnerstag, 09 Juni 2016 10:10)

    Finally, the Egypt photos and Report are up...Beautiful! Really brings back memories (Hurghada, Dahab...1999). The onboard accomodation Looks great, really comfy...And of course those underwater reefs photos: stunning! Keep em coming and thanks for sharing!

    Take care

  • #9

    Mona (Donnerstag, 09 Juni 2016 11:01)

    Hey Eddie, thank you very much! Hope you will enjoy Bali too next month ;-) Hugs, Mona

  • #10

    Eddie (Freitag, 10 Juni 2016 11:30)

    Yeah, I am ;) (already commented on your spa video). I really like the mix of your underwater and "onshore" photos, especially the vintage look on some of them (intentional?). A nice touch, anyway...

    Take care,