The ‘Rolling in the Deep’ underwater series continues. This time taking us to Papua New Guinea. This amazing destination is not for the casual tourist. This is a trip that will separate the tourists from the travelers It is very expensive and difficult to get there. But the diving is most certainly worth the effort. We were staying in the Milne Bay area, which is eastern Papua. This area is well known for its critter diving, but to my surprise, it has the best reefs that I have ever seen. There are few divers here, so the damage to the reefs is less than any other destination I have been to. There aren’t too many dive sites that have world class macro diving and wide angle in the same site. The most difficult thing is trying to decide which lens to put on.
The Rolling in the Deep series takes us to Papua New Guinea. One of the last unspoiled diving destinations left on earth.
Scuba Diver Life videos
Blue Planet II : The Prequel
Ready to have your mind blown? BBC is set to release a sequel to the award-winning 2001 ocean documentary Blue Planet in early 2018 and here’s your first peek.
How Do Angel Sharks Feed?
The videographer spent spent two years trying to get this footage, which speaks to how rare it is to witness this kind of behavior.
Ever have a fish get mad at you? What about a tiny cute one actually chasing you?
Parrotfish Mucus for Vampire Protection?
What’s the perfect recipe for getting a good night’s sleep when you’re surrounded by vampires?
Cave Diving – Cenote Nariz
Whether caves make you excited or queasy, you can’t deny the beauty of a cave like this with incredible formations and clear water.
Giant Cuttlefish Gathering in Whyalla
Every year giant cuttlefish gather together to court and mate. And every year some lucky divers get to witness it!
Trials, Recovery, and Vulnerability of our Coral Reefs
This short video, shot in Australia, shows how simultaneously vulnerable and resilient our coral reefs are in the face of bleaching.
Rare Shots of a Blue Whale Feeding
The biggest eats some of the smallest and we get to see it thanks to a drone.