Why Choose Us?
Regaldive have been organising diving holidays since 1988. We now offer liveaboards and resort-based holidays in more than ten Red Sea resorts, and a large range of unique destinations around the world. Regaldive’s small and friendly team offer a professional service that is personalised and attentive. Many Regaldive guests not only travel with the company year after year, but also recommend us to their friends and family.
Regaldive are committed to providing quality and value. All of our hotels, liveaboards and dive centres are carefully selected to ensure that you get the best possible service and maximum enjoyment on your holiday. Whether you’re interested in learning to dive in Sharm El Sheikh, diving with whale sharks off the coast of Djibouti or diving the wrecks of Curacao, Regaldive have a holiday to suit you.
Regaldive abides by the Association’s Code of Conduct and adheres to the AITO Quality Charter, which can be viewed on www.aito.co.uk. Visit the website to find out more about the Association or call 020 8744 9280.
No need to worry about the small print. The air holiday packages shown on this website are ATOL protected, since we hold an Air Travel Organiser’s Licence granted by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL number is ATOL 2990. This means that your money is completely safe, which leaves you free to enjoy your holiday with absolute peace of mind. Click on the ATOL logo if you want to know more.
Regaldive have been working with responsible local suppliers for many years. We feel strongly that we have a duty to help minimise, wherever possible, any negative impacts of tourism on local communities and the environment. If managed well, tourism has great potential to be beneficial to both the countries we visit and travellers, educating people about different cultures and the environment, and contributing to local economies.
AITO Three Star Sustainable Tourism Accreditation
Regaldive were delighted to be the very first diving tour operator to be awarded Three Star ST Accreditation by the Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO). Regaldive, was awarded accreditation in recognition of responsible and sustainable practices employed both in resort and in the UK office, for efforts to try to best minimise any negative impacts of tourism and for the active role taken in supporting marine charities. Find out more about AITO by visiting their website www.aito.co.uk
Regaldive try to work with local suppliers with the same environmental outlook. A number of the dive centres we use in Egypt and the Caribbean are able to offer the exclusive PADI National Geographic Diver courses. The insight and training gained during this programme broadens awareness and helps gain a better appreciation of our underwater cultural heritage. For a list of PADI National Geographic Dive Centres that we work with please click here
Regaldive are pleased to have supported fundraising efforts for Project AWARE. Originally set up by PADI, the Project AWARE Foundation conserves underwater environments through education, advocacy and action and works in partnership with the diving community. See www.projectaware.org to find out more. For advice from Project AWARE on how a diver can protect the underwater environment, please click here
Marine Conservation Society
In 2012 Regaldive are proud to support the Marine Conservation Society (MCS). We feel that the conservation of our seas is vital and so we pledge to make an annual donation towards the good work done by MCS. MCS is a recognised authority on marine and coastal conservation, working on pollution, fisheries, and the protection of marine habitats and species, whilst promoting the sustainable and sensitive use of our marine resources for future generations. To find out more and join MCS visit www.mcsuk.org
Regaldive work alongside Climate Care to help repair the damage that air travel does to the environment by offsetting carbon emissions. We encourage our guests to voluntarily opt to reduce their carbon footprint by offsetting their carbon emissions for the trips they undertake. The typical charge is £9.50 to the Red Sea and £21.50 to the Maldives. Find out more about Climate Care.