Diving in Kas
26 February 2015

Diving in Kas, Turkey

The small and laid back Turkish town Kas is slowly becoming famous among divers. This gem is found between Dalaman and Antalya, and its beautiful crystalline waters has a lot to offer to curious divers and wreck divers lovers.

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Barbie Cave
18 February 2015

Cenote Dos Ojos, Cancun, Mexico

A round-the-world dive pilgrimage to re-visit the place that inspired me to dive many years ago: Dos Ojos, a huge limestone cavern complex near Cancún in Mexico. A long way to travel to discover an underwater Barbie doll.

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Cold Water Diver
15 February 2015

Don't Pee in the Dry Suit: 5 Tips for Diving Co...

There's no such thing as a warm dive in cold water, but a few simple tips will let you comfortably explore worlds unlike anything you've seen in the tropics.

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top 5 scuba blogs online today
7 February 2015

Top 5 Scuba Diving Blogs

As a diver, a blogger and the founder of a blogging platform built for Divers, I obviously a big fan of reading scuba related blogs myself. Here are my favorites.

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4 February 2015

Scuba for Change - we are going Live!

Scuba for Change's first operations is starting in late February 2015. The first operation is located within the beautiful settings of Sunset at Annual Beach Resort.

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White peppered moray eel
2 February 2015

Fight the photo-bugs! Common problems of underw...

Wonder why your underwater images don't excite your audience sometimes? Here are some common problems while taking underwater photographs and how to prevent them. Part 1.

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Curious Croc
30 January 2015

Chasing Crocs in Jardines de La Reina, Cuba

Photographing saltwater crocodiles in their natural, mangrove habitat is not for the faint of heart. And I’ll admit I have been known to be the “faint of heart” type.

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Into the Blue
25 January 2015

5 Characteristics of The Scuba Diving Industry

My analysis on the Scuba Diving Industry as a segment of the Travel Market as a whole.

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Cenote Diving
19 January 2015

Diving the Cenote Caverns, Riviera Maya

"Sacred wells" to the Mayans, the Cenote caverns' cool and crystal clear water fills almost 300 miles of interconnected passageways punctuated by surreal shafts of daylight that make for unforgettable cavern diving.

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Dive Lights
17 January 2015

A Little Ray of Sunshine In Your Hand: Understa...

Dive lights aren't just for night dives: if you carry a light, you'll see bright and natural colors wherever the current takes you... and maybe a few giant creatures lurking under shadowy ledges. This quick guide will tell you what you need to know before buying a light.

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