Foreign travel firm now offers you tour to the Titanic wreck…but it will cost you big
Have you ever had a fantasy to see the real Titanic shipwreck 12,000 feet below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean.?
Tours of Titanic wreck possible now, however, it may cost you a huge amount of money.
Two Canadian companies will start offering dives to Titanic’s watery grave next year. The tour of the ‘ill-fated’ giant ship sank on April 15, 1912 will be conducted in submersible vessel.
According to one of the company’s web portal, it will be an eight-day excursion featuring several dives and each tourist will be charged $105,129 which becomes over 10 million of Pakistani rupees.
While another Canadian company partially cheaper charging $59,680 on a head but the trip features only a single dive.
Both touring companies offer views of the famous ships’ deck and grand staircase during the trip of Titanic shipwreck, lying 2.4 miles beneath the Atlantic Ocean.
RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning of 15 April, 1952 after colliding with an iceberg. Some 1500 people died after drowning into the water.
Moreover, a movie on Titanic was also released back in 1997 by famed American director James Cameron.