Would you like to go on vacation to learn freediving with Alexey Molchanov? Join the freediving champion in the exotic Tonga islands on August 2018. There in the Pacific you will meet humpback whales and follow an exclusive freediving course. Read-on, and email us for more: firstname.lastname@example.org
- the Humpback Whale (diving 1000 ft deep),
- and Alexey Molchanov, the World’s Deepest Competitive freediver (almost 500 ft deep).
DATES OF THE TRIP
2-11 August 2018 (3-10 August aboard, plus 1 day off).
8:30 am – departure;
10:00 am – 12:00 pm – swimming with whales and/or freediving with Alexey Molchanov;
4:30 pm – back to port;
In the evening there will be freediving lectures and an equalization clinic and of course a tour on the Tonga island.
4-star Emerald Hotel & Restaurant offers 3 types of rooms (breakfast and wi-fi are included). Lunch will be served on the boat and for dinner we will enjoy local restaurants.
COST OF THE TRIP (Airfare not included)
- Freediving course taught by Alexey Molchanov.
- Freediving equipment (best Molchanov's fins and hyperfins).
- Boat’s trips and freediving with whales.
- Non alcoholic beverages and lunch aboard or on desert islands.
- Accommodation in a double room in the 4-star hotel (single room is avaliable for additional payment +350 euro).
To book a place 50% of the total price should be paid before the end of January 2018 (1'800 euros) and the full payment is expected before the end of May 2018. The deposit is necessary to rent a boat. The number of boats to rent and the number of places on a boat is limited that's why it is crucially important to book everything as soon as possible.
Tonga islands are an unique place in the Pacific where you can dive with humpback whales. The islands are remote and almost unexplored; out of the 170 islands of the kingdom, only 40 are inhabited. They are surrounded by amazingly unspoiled beautiful coral reefs, which are home for one of the world's biggest number of marines species, colorful and bright fishes, rays, sea turtles and whale sharks. From June to November the Tonga waters are full with whale’s song because humpback whales come to these warm waters in Polynesia for reproduction. Tonga is one of the rare places where it is permitted to swim near whales; however, this should be done according to the state rules and without scuba, to not disturb the giants. Near the islands there are many underwater wreck sites. The volcanic base of the islands provides a great variety of underwater landscapes. There is always something to be impressed with.