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Newsletter – 27th September 2013

IT’S OFFICIAL!! ReefCI  has been shortlisted for the World Responsible Tourism Awards, in the Best Wildlife Experience category!!


Here is the press release:


“The “World Responsible Tourism Awards at WTM, sponsored by The Sultanate of Oman Ministry of Tourism“, released the names of the 57 organisations and 10 photographers shortlisted by the judges. To conclude the long selection process, last week 12 expert judges met and took seven hours to choose this year’s winners and highly commended.”


ReefCI Founder and Managing Director, Polly Alford, will be attending the awards in London on 6th November! We would like to thank everybody that nominated us for this award, we are very excited!! And watch this space for the results!!


ReefCI guest and friend Christopher Tafuri has also been shortlisted in the photography competition. He submitted a selection of photos depicting the work we do to remove the invasive lionfish! Congratulations to Chris and we will post his photos shortly!

You can join the live-tweeting of the awards ceremony @RTAwards to hear who’s won as the winners are announced. Wish us luck!!





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This piece of paradise could be yours, at least for a week or 2!!! And all at a knock down price if you book in the next few days! 
Our current promotion offers a 15% discount for all trips, with deposit paid, before the end of the month! We are taking bookings through to Spring 2015! All you need to do is pay 50% deposit, with the remainder of the balance due one month prior to arrival.

Email [email protected] for further information or to reserve your place now!!!!



group lion fish hunters

“I have recently spent two weeks with ReefCI. I can honestly say it was one of the best dive trips I have ever taken.
The important work that ReefCI do with marine conservation added a new dimension to my diving experience and one that will enhance all future dive trips I go on.
 The staff were friendly, knowledgeable and were extremely professional.
Life on Tom Owens Caye was relaxed but every day was full of activity.
Watching the way in which the dive training was taught it made me want to revise the theory parts of my qualifications (if only I’d learned to dive with ReefCI when I started diving!).
The dive sites around the Caye were full of varied marine life and interesting topography, even dive sites that I repeated in my two weeks held something new for me to see.
The whole dive team was one of the nicest I have ever dived with, and the support staff were always there to help.
Food and accomodation on the island was an exemplary standard and I would recommend a trip with ReefCI to any divers who want to learn more about the marine environment or to those who just want a great island experience with great diving, great food and great people.”
Paul Wood