While written primarily with liveaboard diving in mind, a number of these tips also apply to other dive-centric holidays.
My first was an unexpected free Discover Scuba Diving in Lake Mckenzie while on tour in Frazer Island, Australia.
All the gear is packed and ready, all 220 kg of it. We were on our way. We were four divers on the expedition.
As tech diving continues to grow in popularity, so does the level and quality of education, reliability and availability of equipment, and research and development into decompression sciences and software.
Scuba Diving is, perhaps, one of the most graceful activities we can do. With bubbles rising above us, we descend into another world full of amazing marine creatures and colorful coral formations.
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The Galapagos. A place so beautiful and rich with diverse and unique life it inspired Darwin to write an entire scientific theory about it.
Midway between Manila and Puerto Princesa in Palawan, it’s surrounded by dramatic, tall limestone walls and crystal clear blue lagoons.
“StormCheck” Program Protects Guests Vacation During Storm Season
Utila Dive Festival, June 22nd to 28th 2013 Just 3 months to the start of the 2nd annual Utila Dive…
As an experienced dive instructor, Mexican resident and partner in a dive operation I believe that seeing bull sharks underwater is one of the greatest sights and thrills you can experience.
I finally decided to travel to Utila, Honduras to dive with the Utila Dive Centre.
*This is a guest blog post by Jon Milnes One thing I love about diving is to be underwater; underwater…
One year’s worth of our best underwater footage taken in Thailand (Koh Tao, Koh Phi Phi and Koh Haa), Indonesia (Nusa Penida and Bali) and Malaysia (Sipadan and Mabul) throughout 2012 using only a GoPro HD Hero 2 with Oculus flat lens and red filter.
If someone asked you to go diving in what used to be one of the most polluted stretches of water…
Aquatic World has been a PADI shop for more than 30 years. They began as Diving Center of Liverpool (New York) in the 70’s, becoming Aquatic World in the 90’s. They’ve been in their current format since 2003.
Traveling with a CCR can have its challenges. Some airports are completely familiar with the technology and others are terrified of the wires and sensors! Here is some advice for traveling with your unit.
Jellyfish lake is definitely a bucket list item for many! This unique lake is located on Eil Malk Island in Palau.