Diving

The Journey to Becoming a PADI Instructor, Part 1

The Journey to Becoming a PADI Instructor, Part 1

27 January, 2016 at 8:50 am Comments are Disabled

In part one of this four part video series, follow along with PADI diver Nadia Aly as she travels to South Africa to complete her IDC (Instructor Development Course) and become a PADI Instructor. “Everyone I’ve talked to who’s done their IDC loved it, thought it was an amazing experience, […]

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5 Facts About the Sea Bunny Slug

5 Facts About the Sea Bunny Slug

25 January, 2016 at 8:20 am Comments are Disabled

Have you seen this sea creature before? Long before the sea bunny became quite the viral video sensation, these unique nudibranchs, named Jorunna parva, have been hippity-hopping around the waters of the Indo-Pacific Ocean. Let’s learn a little about these seemingly “furry” friends. That’s No Fur Coat First of all, that white fur coat […]

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My PADI Interview: Emily Krak

My PADI Interview: Emily Krak

19 January, 2016 at 11:09 am Comments are Disabled

To me “My PADI” means adventure, exploration, education, and conservation. The underwater world is a true wonder. It doesn’t matter how many dives I do, each time I am mesmerized by nature’s incredible beauty. There is so much still to be explored and PADI aids in nurturing that curiosity. The […]

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From Thilas to Kandus: Scuba Diving in the Maldives

From Thilas to Kandus: Scuba Diving in the Maldives

19 January, 2016 at 2:24 am Comments are Disabled

With 20 atolls and around 1,200 islands the Maldives are, without doubt, one of the finest dive sites that our Blue Planet has to offer. Almost every diver dreams about visiting this stunning archipelago at least once in their lifetime. The azure blue lagoons surrounding the islands of the Maldives […]

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10 Power Foods for a Pre-Dive Boost

10 Power Foods for a Pre-Dive Boost

18 January, 2016 at 9:50 am Comments are Disabled

Ever feel famished after a dive? We’ve all been there. As with any physical activity, the food you put in your body before a dive can be essential in creating much needed energy and stamina to keep you feeling strong and alert during your dive. Plan your pre-dive meals like you plan your […]

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A Guide to Being Friends With a Scuba Dork

A Guide to Being Friends With a Scuba Dork

13 January, 2016 at 2:30 pm Comments are Disabled

Sometimes it’s hard for non-divers to understand what could possibly be so great about diving that you’d be willing to spend every weekend diving locally and all your vacations in the tropics. You spend too much time and money on diving, and you’re not apologetic about it. To others, it may seem […]

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