Discover the Mediterranean Coast of Libya (6n/7d)

An ancient Aqueduct at Leptis Magna

An ancient Aqueduct at Leptis Magna

Day 1 – Tripoli/ Janzour
Arrival at Tripoli airport and transfer to Janzour tourism village. Check in. Lunch. A Meeting with dive master and discussion in detail about day by day diving program.

Day 2 – Janzour
Janzour; one day dive and one night dive (both boat dives)

Day 3 – Zwara/ Amatshok
Day dive in Zwara and one night dive at Amatshok Beach (both boat dives)

Day 4 – Garaboli/ Genama
Dive at Al Garaboli Beach and night dive at Genama Beach

Day 5 – Tajora
Diving at Tajora Beach

Day 6 – Tripoli/ Leptis Magna
After breakfast, drive to Leptis Magna (132 km, 1hr 30min). The highlight of any visit to Libya is to see Leptis Magna, now known as Libda. From Berber settlement it became important when it was established as a city by the Caanite ships from Tyre and Sidon in Phoenicia. In the 3rd century it became an even more important trading port under the Roman Emperor Septimus Servarus. Visit the vast site including the Triumphal Arch, the huge Basilica, the Forum, the Public Baths, the Hippodrome and the Amphitheatre. Spend the evening driving back to Tripoli and have the chance to explore part of the night life by going to one of the local coffee shops which is one of the main social-entertainments in Libya. It is a unique experience you will love to try. Overnight in a hotel in Tripoli

Day 7 – Tripoli/ Back Home
Free time at leisure until transfer to airport for departure flight

-Tour includes all necessary diving equipment (air tanks, regulator, mask etc.)
-Transport to dive site is by small boats and zodiacs.
-Accommodation will be made at villages along the beach

 

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