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Gay Scuba Vacations
LGBTQ+ Belize Liveaboard
Blue Hole & Beyond
July 2-9, 2022
Roatan Resort
Caribbean Scuba Summer Camp
August 13-20, 2022
Great Whites of Guadalupe Island
Shark Cage Diving
September 1-6, 2022
Taveuni, Fiji
For Women Only
October 2-9, 2022
LGBTQ+ Red Sea Liveaboard
Northern Red Sea
October 8-15, 2022
BCDs Week:
Sea of Cortez
Bears, Cubs, & Daddies
October 8-15, 2022
San Salvador, Bahamas
Shark Week!
October 15-22, 2022
Fiji Resort
South Pacific

October 16-23, 2022
LGBTQ+ Socorro Liveaboard
Turkey on the Reef
November 20-28, 2022
Cuba Land Tour
Christmas in Cuba
December 24-31, 2022
LGBTQ+ Cuba Liveaboard
Gardens of the Queen
December 31, 2022 - January 7, 2023
New! Raja Ampat
LGBTQ+ Liveaboard
February 11-21, 2023
New! Curacao
Carnival on Curacao
February 18-25, 2023
New! Australia Heron Island Resort
Great Barrier Reef
March 6-12, 2023
New! Statia,
Dutch Caribbean
Luxury on the Golden Rock
March 25 - April 1, 2023
New! Bonaire Resort
LGBTQ+ Scuba
Spring Break

April 1-8, 2023
New! Grand Cayman
For Men Only
May 27 - June 3, 2023
Terms and Conditions

COVID-19 Cancellations
and other Questions & Answers about
Undersea Expeditions LGBT Scuba Vacations

We ask all of our guests be fully vaccinated before joining one of our scuba vacations.

What happens if we cannot travel due to COVID-19?

When a trip cannot depart as planned due to the current pandemic, it will be rescheduled for a future date, usually one year out. If the new dates do not work for you for any reason, an alternative departure to the same or another destination will be offered.

Please invest in travel insurance due to the many non-coronavirus related factors that might force you to cancel your trip.

Other FAQs:

Are the trips primarily couples?
No. Typically 60%-70% of UnderseaX divers are traveling by themselves. The rest are couples or friends traveling together. So traveling alone is by no means unusual, and you will have the chance to meet new dive buddies! Many lasting friendships are made on our expeditions. If you are traveling alone, we can almost always match you with a roommate to save you money.

How old are the other people on the trip?
The typical UnderseaX traveler is a 30 or 40-something gay or lesbian professional with a sense of adventure and a desire for an active vacation. But we have divers in their 20s and some even in their 60s and better.

How many people will be on this trip?
The average group size varies. Usually 20-25 divers participate on land-based trips. Most liveaboards accommodate 16-20 divers. Undersea Expeditions creates a fun environments where personal relationships are easy to make and nobody feels left out.

I'm traveling by myself. Do I have to pay the single supplement?
No. UnderseaX can reserve you a room to share if one is available. Or, if you prefer, you can pay the single supplement when available and be guaranteed your own private room.

Will I fit in?
You may be understandably wary of group travel. You may ask, "Will I fit in?" or "Will I meet people that I like?" In the past, guests have described their UnderseaX experience as "the best vacation of my life.", "Absolutely fantastic" and "the group was great."

Where are the other guests from?
While most guests come from major cities, it is not unusual to have people from all parts of the United States and a few from overseas. We have gay and lesbian divers from Europe, Mexico, Taiwan and Australia. UnderseaX hosts a diverse group of people who have a great time diving together. That's why about 80% our divers have traveled with us before.

Are your events mixed; what is the percentage of men and women?
Most liveaboard vacations are mixed, about 80% men and 20% women. We also offer exclusively "For Women Only" and "For Men Only" weeks at least once a year, and usually twice.

Can I learn to scuba dive on your vacations?
Many of our vacations offer the opportunity to learn to dive, or to upgrade your certification level. PADI Scuba Divers should plan to upgrade to Open Water certification on the trip to dive independently with a buddy.

Never been scuba diving before and want to learn about it?
Check out the PADI information, which will answer many of your questions.

General Terms and Conditions

Undersea Expeditions, LLC.
Gay & Lesbian Scuba Travel Experts

Call Toll-Free: 1-800-669-0310
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E-mail us at : info@underseax.com
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