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Diving in Volcanic Reefs

Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, and holds one of the two international airports in the area–incredibly accessible for any tourist or diver. The Canary Islands were created through volcanic eruptions, so much of Tenerife is volcanic. With the latest eruption in 1909, the volcanoes have long been dormant, but the lava...

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5 Tips for Whale Shark Diving in Belize

In the center of the Belize Barrier Reef, you will find a carefully protected marine reserve called the Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes Marine Reserve. The Gladden Spit is where the migratory whale sharks arrive for a few moments in the spring to feed, creating your opportunities to dive with them. Here are 5 tips …...

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Matching Your Dive Gear to the Philippines

With 7,100 islands making up the entire country and the fifth-longest coastline in the world, the Philippines has some of the most beautiful diving spots. Coral nurseries renew and replace areas affected by pollution.  As a diver, what should you know about diving in the Philippines? What kind of gear should you bring or look...

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Best Dive Sites in Bonaire

It’s hard to narrow down the best dive sites in Bonaire, a diver’s paradise. Even with the island’s 89 confirmed dive sites, we’ve picked and chosen a few that showcase the variety that Bonaire has to offer.  See the Sights If you’ve come for the sights, we’ve put together two dives that might...

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Best Time to Visit the Great Barrier Reef

The “best” time to go diving in a certain place doesn’t just mean it’s the time when the sights are the prettiest. Experienced divers know that technical questions, such as water temperature and weather, are a large part of knowing when to dive where. Let’s explore the different reasons that make June to October...

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Oahu Dive Sites: Pairing Together Skillsets with Locations

If you came to Oahu for the dive sites, you’re in the right place. Various dives require certain skill sets, so let’s get you started with this short guide to pairing those skill sets with locations.  Discovering scuba diving Good news! You don’t always need a scuba diving certification to visit an Oahu dive site....

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Everything You Need to Know about Freediving in Oahu

Whether you’re a veteran freediver or you just want to try it out, we will tell you everything you need to know about freediving in Oahu.  Freediving is one of the oldest forms of diving. Some indigenous people groups still use it to earn their living by harvesting sea-produce that is commercially sold. Now, it …...

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5 Ways to Make the Most of Diving in Menorca

Menorca is a diver’s dream, not least because it has a more low-key reputation than its more popular sisters, Mallorca (you may know it as Majorca) and Ibiza. You know what that means: less crowds, less competition for space, and a little more peace and tourist-less quiet. It’s located in the Mediterranean, one of the...

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Matching Your Dive Gear to Bali

Bali, Indonesia, is a site famous for its coasts, temples, nightlife, food, shopping, and a whole lot of cultural spots. It also has some of the most interesting dive spots in the world.  Take note of what gear you should bring depending on what dive you want to take in Bali.  Muck Diving Muck diving …...

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Top 5 All Inclusive Belize Dive Resorts

If you are in Belize to dive, you are definitely in the right place. On the coast of Central America, it even has the second-largest coral reef system, Belize Barrier Reef, just off the shore. When you want a change of pace or scenery, you can explore ancient Mayan ruins or visit the lagoon.  To …...

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