Seacology expedition to Curaçao
May 10-17, 2024
Discover paradise at LionsDive Beach Resort and experience the ultimate dive vacation!
In May 2024, an incredible opportunity awaits those passionate about marine conservation and adventure. Join Seacology in Curaçao and become part of a movement that actively contributes to the preservation of our oceans. By participating in this event, you can engage in meaningful experiences, connect with like-minded individuals, and make a lasting positive impact on the environment of this fascinating Caribbean island.
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Nestled along the stunning shores of Curaçao, the LionsDive Beach Resort stands as an idyllic haven for both leisure seekers and passionate divers alike. This exquisite resort boasts a plethora of luxurious amenities, top-notch accommodations, and a commitment to sustainable tourism that sets it apart from the rest. At the heart of it all is the renowned 5-star dive shop, Ocean Encounters, offering a gateway to the mesmerizing underwater world of the Caribbean.
LionsDive Beach Resort offers an array of accommodations to suit every traveler’s preference. From cozy and elegant rooms to spacious suites with breathtaking sea views, the resort ensures a comfortable and memorable stay.
At the heart of LionsDive’s ethos lies an unwavering commitment to sustainable dive tourism. The resort offers easy access to a captivating house reef that serves as a nursery and out-planting site for Reef Renewal Curaçao, a conservation initiative dedicated to preserving and restoring the region’s delicate coral ecosystems. Divers and marine enthusiasts can participate in these efforts, contributing to the protection and revitalization of Curaçao’s underwater wonders. LionsDive contributes 1% of your booking fee to Reef Renewal Curaçao’s ecosystem-restoration work.
Protecting Caribbean islands
For several years Seacology has worked to protect threatened island habitats and species in the neighboring Dutch Caribbean territories of Saba and Bonaire. While we do not yet have an active project in Curacao, on this expedition you will join us as we explore potential project sites.
On the island of Bonaire, we’ve helped save one of the world’s rarest trees from extinction. A Seacology-funded barrier fence protects seedlings of the Bonaire Palm from invasive donkeys and goats, which were grazing on the young trees and preventing them from growing to maturity.
Our latest project in the region works to prevent overfishing of the Queen conch, a giant mollusk that is vitally important to the economy and culture of the island.
On remote Saba Island, northeast of Curaçao, we funded improvements to an educational center that helps connect local youth to the fascinating marine environment surrounding their island. Its importance was highlighted by a recent visit from by the Dutch Royal Family.
Dates and locations
May 10: Transfer from airport to LionsDive Beach resort
May 11-16: Stay at LionsDive, chartered diving each morning, visit to potential Seacology project site
May 17: Transfer back to airport
Book your spot
To reserve your spot, please contact Bryan Horne at Dive Curacao (firstname.lastname@example.org) using the form below or call +5999 699 5297
Seacology is arranging a private charter for divers, at a rate of $1,750 per diver for six days of two-tank dives. To participate, please contact us directly at email@example.com or +1 510 559 3505
Terms and conditions
Price includes seven days lodging and round-trip airport shuttle. LionsDive offers several accommodations options, subject to availability (see below). Costs per guest vary based on single/double/quad occupancy. Meals are not included. An optional breakfast package is available for an additional $147 per guest. Guests are responsible for arranging their own flights, and trip insurance is recommended.
A 50% deposit is required to hold your place, with balance due 45 days before departure.