John Dory around a lost gill net
21 August 2020

Jewels of the Mediterranean winter: the John Dory

During winter, you can bet the Costa Brava waters won’t be crystal clear and tropical warm. Usually, there's low visibility (less than 5 m) and really cold water, 11-13ºC (38-40F). But for those who dare to dive during winter, the sea may reward them with some of its hidden jewels: the John Dory

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Stingrays at dawn
14 August 2020

Sandbar at Stingray City, Grand Cayman, Cayman ...

Swimming with stingrays in the wild, up for a wing massage, Grand cayman is the place to visit!

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Red King Crab
7 August 2020

Diving in Norway - The Land of Stunning Fjords,...

A country of incredible natural beauty, diving in Norway is something to add to your list of things to do here on your vacation. Norway diving offers a wide variety of diving options that include thrilling drift dives, wrecks and diving with killer whales.

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Sun Diver - Manta Ray
31 July 2020

Diving Indonesia

Situated in the middle of the Coral Triangle, scuba diving in Indonesia means you are diving in the world’s epicenter of marine biodiversity. You will find more coral reef species here than any other place in the world.

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Mating Ornate Elysia
24 July 2020

Tobago: All Things Great and Small

Tobago's marine diversity transcends what many other Caribbean islands have to offer. Some of the most distinctive Caribbean fish and creatures exist here. As a dive vacation destination, what Tobago lacks in finesse, it makes up for in natural beauty.

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Manta Silhouette
17 July 2020

Where the Indian meets the Pacific Ocean

Where the Indian meets the Pacific Ocean, a plankton rich area is generated: A paradise for manta rays. Diving with Mantas is one of the most exciting dives you can have. They say, in Nusa Penida, they have a 99% Manta guarantee. That's worth a trip for sure!

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Manta Dance at Surface
10 July 2020

Diving Raja Ampat

What to expect when boarding for a trip to Raja Ampat, 'The realm of the Four Kings'. Nowhere in the world will you find the biodiversity found here underwater, but sometimes the plankton-rich areas are challenging dives. A bit of preparation before you leave can help you make this a dream destination!

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Broadnose Sevengill Cow Shark
3 July 2020

Cow Sharks

The sevengill shark, also known as the cow shark, is one of the most primitive species of shark, and has a noticeably prehistoric look to it. Although spending most of its time unseen by divers in deep waters, there are certain seasons and places where divers can reliably find them at recreational diver depths.

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The Blue Cave
26 June 2020

The Blue Cave: Island Bisevo

Ever heard of the Blue Cave? Discover the most enchanting cave experience in the world which will take your breath away!

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Corn Islands, Nicaragua’s Hidden Gem
19 June 2020

Corn Islands, Nicaragua’s Hidden Gem

The Atlantic coast of central America is not often associated with Scuba diving. With a thriving dive and tourism industry at the nearby Caribbean islands, and decades of civil unrest, Nicaragua has long been overlooked.

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