• Duration

    Dates for September 2021  are still to be confirmed

  • Location
    • Athens – Greece
    • Lavrion- Greece
    • Santorini- Greece
  • Available Tickets

    Maximum 8 guests

  • Price

    2020 price – R53 800

    Price for 2021 to be confirmed

  • Deposit

    R5000-  non refundable

This trip is for divers of all levels as well as non-divers!
This is the ultimate diving package designed to create a unique experience in which clients get to explore the history and culture of this beautiful country, as well as explore the waters that surround it.

A combination of 3 days in Athens visiting the archaeological treasures of the western civilisation, 7 days of sailing and diving around the Greek isles, and another 3 days visiting the world famous Santorini. This trip has something for everyone


The Diving

  • Cape Sounio – lies jut beneath the temple of Poseidon and is made up of small caves and canyons. The dive site has a depth of 12-24m with a visibility of around 20m. Divers require an open water qualification to dive this site.
  • Patroklos Island – wreck dive located 8 miles off the coats of Anavisos made up of the Freighter Kyra Eleni split into two pieces. The dive site has a depth of 6 -28m, and divers are required to have an open water diver qualification.
  • Fleves island – Wreck dive located 3 miles off the coast of Vouliagmen made up of the Jozina MV ship wreck . The dive site has a depth of 6 – 35m and requires divers to have an open water qualification. Cave diving located within the deep wall alone the coats of the island. The dive site has a depth of 3 – 40 m and divers are required to have an open water qualification.
  • Agistri island – Wreck dive located just off the coast of Aponisosmade up of the Avantis III ship wreck. The dive site is 16 – 47m deep and requires divers to have an open water qualification and an advance deep diver qualification for the deeper sites.
  • Poros island – Cave diving in the blue cave
  • Hydra island – rich in underwater caves and reefs, as well as wreck diving the Dokos shipwreck. The dive site is 10 – 30m and requires an open water diving qualification
  • Santorini- Its unique composition offers a great variety of diving for all levels due to its lack of currents and absence of tides, which makes it a perfect spot for diving Dive sites sit as a depth of 20 – 30m with a visibility of 20 – 30m. Santorini is also know for its underwater volcanic activity, creating magical dive sites. Divers are required to have an open water qualification.

Additional Activities

New Acropolis Museum – With  More than 4,250 objects are exhibited over an area of 14,000 square metres The New Acropolis Museum is considered one of the most high profile museums built in Europe in the 21st century, The Museum holds the historic archaeological treasures of the Acropolis of Athens.The museum was built to house every artefact found on the rock and on the surrounding slopes, from the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece. It also lies over the ruins of a part of Roman and early Byzantine Athens. With  More than 4,250 objects are exhibited over an area of 14,000 square metres.

Acropolis – The Acropolis of Athens is one of the most famous ancient archaeological sites in the world. Located on a limestone hill high above Athens, Greece, the Acropolis has been inhabited since prehistoric times. Over the centuries, the Acropolis was many things: a home to kings, a citadel, a mythical home of the gods, a religious centre and a tourist attraction. It has withstood bombardment, massive earthquakes and vandalism yet still stands as a reminder of the rich history of Greece. Today, it is a cultural UNESCO World Heritage site and home to several temples, the most famous of which is the Parthenon.

Agora – The ancient Agora of Athens is the best-known example of an ancient Greek agora, located to the northwest of the Acropolis and bounded on the south by the hill of the Areopagus and on the west by the hill known as the Agoraios Kolonos, also called Market Hill.

National Archaeological Museum – The National Archaeological Museum in Athens houses some of the most important artefacts from a variety of archaeological locations around Greece from prehistory to late antiquity. It is considered one of the greatest museums in the world and contains the richest collection of artefacts from Greek antiquity worldwide.


With so much to do and so much to see, we welcome both divers and non divers on this adventure.

Divers do not need to have an advanced qualification, however to enjoy the deeper wrecks and the nights dives, it is recommended that divers have their advanced diver qualification with a certification in Deep and Night and limited visibility specialties.