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Week Long Dive SafariCairns, Queensland

If you've been to the Great Barrier Reef and you reckon you've done it properly, think again.

The Liveabroad Dive Safari is probably the most comprehensive in Great Barrier Reef experiences.

Scuba diving with Hammerhead and reef sharks at the Reef's North Horn is adventure enough for a trip to Cairns. But things are only getting started there.

There are 26 dives on this week long adventure, where you'll be taken to the best sites determined on the time of year you are lucky enough to find yourself there.

If you're ballsy enough to dive into the 'Snake Pit' then you'll find yourself swimming with Olive Sea Snakes. A jump into the Cod Holes will have you face to face with 30kg Cod fish and the exceptionally curious Maori Wrasse, who are the size of a large dog. There are turtles, stingrays and the rare Minke Whale to be found in other spots, as well as Garden Eels and schools of Big Eye Trevally and Barracuda. Oh, and did we mention the reef itself?

When you've had enough of living under water you can retire to the luxury vessel that you'll live in for a week at the Cairns Marina, with world famous sunsets to enjoy after a big day diving.

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