It doesn’t matter if it’s in tropical SE Asia or a cold inland lake, many divers just aren’t interested in exploring what lies below jetties. But by passing up on diving under a pier or jetty, these divers are missing out on one of the most unique opportunities that can be found underwater.1 6
Nightly, off the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii, divers congregate and light up a stage set for manta rays. Coming in to feed on the plankton gathered by the lights, 8-12ft mantas do a beautiful ballet-like dance for as long as the divers and their lights will stay.1 7
Scuba diving (as a New Year’s Resolution) coalesces the most common resolutions made each year. But even divers have their own NY resolutions; they can get bored, especially if they’ve been diving the same spots over and over again. A new year calls for adding some new and unique destinations onto your scuba bucket list.0 6
Jardines de la Reina is perhaps the most organized diving area in Cuba in terms of diving service and environmental protection. The area enjoys full protection from the Cuban government since 1990-ish. In this area, scuba divers will enjoy the diving with tens of sharks, healthy corals and perhaps to meet a famous crocodile, Franco, a saltwater American crocodile who is freq...3 6
Everyone has their first time did something special and keep that moment for life. So does a scuba diver. During my diving trip, I have encountered several first time moments that made me smile every time remember those days. From the first time diving with tens sharks, to a long dive with mantas. And in Lembeh strait is the place where for the first time I encountered the a...0 6
Every dive site is like a new world to a scuba diver. As scuba divers that have journeyed around the world, diving in some of the most popular dive sites, we can genuinely say – and all scuba divers can back us up here- that every diver has a unique experience in each site. Also, whether you’ve dived once in a site, or a hundred times, each dive is just as unique. So think of all the stories you can share just from one dive trip!
Your whole trip revolves around what dive site you’re visiting. Just think of all the planning and spending that goes into a dive trip. So choosing the right dive site is crucial; not to mention, so much fun! Researching different dive sites to choose the most exotic, reading through other divers’ reviews and stories about those sites, and most exciting of all, viewing underwater pictures of the different sea creatures divers’ encountered, hoping that you’ll encounter them too!
Here we share with you our most interesting stories and experiences in the most exotic dive sites around the world. Mostly, we just want to entertain you with our adventures, but who knows? Maybe you’ll add a couple of these sites to your bucket list.
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