Palau Dive Trip


Island Divers Dive TravelWelcome to the Island Divers Dive Travel Page

Dive travel is a great way to see the world, and dive it!  The Island Divers dive travel program is full of folks that lived of visited Hawaii and dove with us, but is open to all.  What does a dive shop owner do on vacation, go diving of course!  We are partnering with some of the best dive travel destination partners all over the world.  Sheila handles travel bookings, questions, logistics and payments. Sheila’s email address.  Feel free to contact her. Information on specific upcoming trips is listed below.

Don’t miss our upcoming trips:

Palau Dive Trip March 19th to 26th 2017

Palau Dive Trip
Palau Dive Trip March 19th to 26th 2017 A Palau dive trip needs to be on every divers bucket list.  I (Matt Zimmerman) have been lucky enough to dive all over the world, and we keep going back to Palau.  It is consistently rated one of the worlds top diving destinations for a good reason.  […] READ MORE

Solomon Islands Liveaboard on the Bilikiki May 2017

Soloman Islands liveaboard
Solomon Islands Liveaboard May 20th to 30th, 2017 A ten day Solomon Islands liveaboard trip,  we’ll join the Bilikiki on May 20th, $5450 per person includes taxes.   Turns out that the best way to get there from Honolulu is through Fiji, we’ll be putting together a stand alone trip to Fiji the week of May […] READ MORE

Read our Trip Reports from Previous Trips

Belize, Ambergris Caye April 30th to May 7th, 2016

Belize Trip Report by Sheila Jordan Getting There Heading to San Pedro town on the island of Ambergris Caye, Belize is an adventure of it’s own.  As we walk across the tarmac headed to a small Maya airplane, a man tells me to hand off my bag and get into the co-pilot’s seat.  As I […] READ MORE

Philippines Dive Trip Report Jan 2016|Cebu Island Moalboal

Philippines Dive Trip Report Just have to start this out with WOW!!  What a great group of divers, a great dive staff and a beautiful resort. Magic Island in Cebu, Philippines was recommended to our shop and boy did they deliver. From the excellent diving, smiling staff that became friends, amazing food, comfortable bungalows, and […] READ MORE

Utila Trip Report

Utila Dive Travel
Sixteen divers ranging from Hawaii to the East Coast met at the San Pedro Sula airport in Honduras to catch our plane to the tropical island of Utila.  Not wanting to miss a minute of vacation we enjoyed the local beer, Salva Vida, at the airport bar and introduced our old and new diving friends. […] READ MORE

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General Dive Travel Information

Deposits and Payments

Securing a spot on a trip begins with getting Dive Travel Services a check deposit. See individual trip descriptions for details on payment schedules. We take checks and cashiers checks only so to avoid the 3% credit card fee, which can be considerable with dive travel. Also, money spent on a trip in non refundable. Dive Travel Services forwards payments to resorts and operators based on these commitments. This is why travel insurance is so highly recommended. Checks are made to Dive Travel Service, PO Box 30108, Honolulu HI 96820.

Information gathering

Some trips will involve a local flight arranged by the resort, so we will need your DOB, passport number, passport expiration date, and full name. Generally, a passport should be valid for at least six months after the last date of planned travel. Be sure to check this! We also collect emergency contact information, general contact information, food allergy or dietary requirements, and certification level. Different operators require different information, but this is standard. We will also collect your flight information into and out of the country. For active duty folks you can find the resort contact information inside the specific trip descriptions if you need to file leave paperwork.

Travel Insurance

This is a really really good idea. It protects you from things like getting sick right before a trip, or the liveaboard being destroyed in a hurricane. We have a had folks with late baggage that have had rental fees covered by trip insurance, or missed connections with hotels and food covered. One time in the Philippines at typhoon hit on the day we were set to leave and those with trip insurance were covered for the extra days on the island. Just be aware that if something happens and you can’t make a trip last minute, any refund from the resort last minute for any reason is highly unlikely. DAN is the trip insurance leader, check it out here.