For an experience that fits firmly in the ‘once in a lifetime’ category, this tour is ideal. Using state-of-the-art equipment, you’ll have the chance to walk along the ocean floor, breathing just as you would on dry land. It all works thanks to an oxygen-supplying helmet that’s connected via tubing to the water’s surface – you can even wear your glasses if you want to. You’ll be weighed down a little so you don’t float, and then you’re off. Check out the exotic fish as you stroll along the seabed at a depth of 25 feet. There’s a sunken aeroplane to explore, as well. Plus, you can pull up a seat at the Sea Trek Underwater Café. After you’ve gotten to grips with sea trekking, there’ll be time for a spot of snorkelling, too. Or you can head back to the beach, take it easy on a sunbed, visit the small water-park or ride the banana boat.
The minimum age for this tour is 8 years old. You'll need to fill out a medical questionnaire before taking part in the excursion. Cameras aren't allowed on the Sea Trek. Lockers are available to rent for $10.
- SUITABILITY Large amount of physical activity.