Munda is a magical location for freediving enthusiasts. We offer easy accessibility to freediving sites off small boats and great support for freediving group travel. We “talk freediving” and will make sure all safety and support requirements are adhered to. Contact us directly to talk more about options and customization. Deep down with single breath.
Check out our freediving partner Watermaarq website here for more information about group and individual freedive holiday and travel to Magical Munda!
Dive Munda is also proudly offering the SSI Basic Freediving Program, check out more information here.
LETS TALK FREEDIVING - PRICING!
Basic Freediving Program:
- One day course with open water dive in the afternoon - $300 AUD
Freediving (must be a qualified free diver with qualified buddy and specific safety equipment):
· 2 Boat dives with guide for assistance - $100 AUD;
· 3 Boat dives with guide for assistance (includes lunch) - $140 AUD.
Spearfishing (must be a qualified free diver/spear fisher with own gear, qualified buddy and specific safety equipment):
· 2 Boat dives with guide for assistance - $120 AUD;
· 3 Boat dives with guide for assistance (includes lunch) - $160 AUD.
Price excludes our Marine Kastom Fee of $20 AUD per freediver per day.
Big Mama’s House Shark Point is always a good dive, but there are ways to make it better... like leaving your scuba behind and diving free! Starting at 50m just off the side of the point, an advanced freediving site, the deep reef hosts a cleaning station popular with sharks. Not least amongst them is the shark we call ‘Big Mama’, often accompanied by several other Silvertips and large numbers of Grey Reefs. Great Hammerheads are also known to cruise by here.
The Stalk - Dropping to 55m on the point of Mushroom Island gives divers a chance to peer into a true abyss, often in the company of curious sharks and darting tuna. The wall itself is also stunning at depth, with a wealth of soft corals, black corals and fans.
Bob - Part of the Haipe reef system, the wall at Bob slopes steeply down to 55m or so - and then just gets steeper! Visibility often exceeds 60m at depth, which doesn’t explain how it is that 3m-plus Silvertip and Galapagos sharks can sneak up.
WWII Wrecks – Munda boasts a variety of WWII American and Japanese wrecks, ranging from shallow beginner or training freediving sites (12m) to advanced (50m+). There is something for every WWII enthusiast!
We are super excited to work with WaterMaarq out of Melbourne - contact them directly for some great package ideas and then come and explore the Magic that is Munda on a single breath.
Photo credit: Freediver James Cini of Gnomad photographed by Marlon Quinn from Watermaarq on our WWII Aeracobra.