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Who we work with

With a nearly infinite number of companies working—or attempting to work—in the travel industry, it can be far too easy to find yourself badly disappointed. We’ve had enough less-than-stellar experiences ourselves that we’ve become extremely selective about who we work with. That hard-won knowledge is one of the main reasons Dive N Ride Adventures exists.

We are proud to work with these organizations and companies, and know that they share our values.

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Greater Phoenix Equality Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Phoenix Equality Chamber of Commerce is one of the oldest non-profit LGBTQ+ chambers in the US. The organization promotes and supports businesses in our community in and around Phoenix, Arizona.

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Tourism Cares

Tourism Cares is dedicated to the travel industry’s long-term survival by advancing its positive social, environmental and economic impact to help people and places thrive.

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IGLTA

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association was founded in 1983 and is the world’s leading network of LGBTQ+ welcoming tourism businesses.

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WolfPack Systems

WolfPack Systems is a technology company providing solutions to enhance group motorcycle travel. WolfPack aims to promote motorcycle riding through inclusion, increased safety, and improving the motorcycle experience by riding with friends.

Divers Alert Network

Divers Alert Network (affiliate link) is the world’s most recognized and respected dive safety organization. DAN has remained committed to the health and well-being of divers for 40 years.

DAN also offers trip insurance. Find out more (affiliate link).

Beaches Motorcycle Adventures

Beaches Motorcycle Adventures is the world’s oldest motorcycle touring company.

Mexico Liveaboards

Mexico Liveaboards owns and operates two liveaboard dive boats, the 110-foot Rocio del Mar and 90-foot Quino el Guardian, in the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean off the Baja Peninsula.