It’s no secret that a diving holiday is a brilliant holiday. There’s a 100% guarantee that you’ll see something incredible, not least because you’re spending time in the ocean and meeting like minded people along the way. But not everyone in your group may be a diver, you may be new to diving and may not want to do it for the full trip. So, here are a few tips to help you have fun and live the dream whilst you’re not beneath the waves.
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Sequence of events on the Mt Agung Volcano activity in Bali, Indonesia and it’s impact on the local dive industry.…
When it comes to one of the most diverse and productive marine settings in the world today, Komodo National Park…
I recently had a great time photographing the wrecks of Subic Bay on the west coast of Luzon, in the north of the Philippines. The bay used to be the location of a US naval base, and it has wrecks from the Spanish-American war, from WWII, and scuttled American ships and planes from the area afterwards. It’s quite a playground for the wreck-diving aficionado and underwater photographer.
Correctly fitting and wearing a mask for scuba diving is not as easy as it looks. The problems that occur from an ill fitting mask can spoil your dive. Not having a brand new mask treated before you wear it for the first time leads to more problems. Over tightening of a mask is a problem all by its self!
When you live in paradise not every day can be a perfect day. There are the good days and the bad days, sunny days and rainy days. Living in the tropics I have experienced my fair share of all kinds of days and in time I have learned a very important concept that comes with living in paradise. Weather has very little to do with a perfect day.
This winter I submerged myself in freezing water (at least it felt that way). Why you may ask? Because I am a crazy lady who loves fish and may have been one in my past life. When I say fish I mean anything living underwater, because even the most insignificant looking species can bring tears of joy to my eyes.