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How Small Changes Make a Big Difference: Céline Cousteau Discusses Travel and Sustainability

How Small Changes Make a Big Difference: Céline Cousteau Discusses Travel and Sustainability

30 April, 2015 at 10:25 am Comments are Disabled

Guest Blog By Contiki Vacations Wanderlust takes us to distant lands or deep below the surface of the vast ocean that covers more than 70 percent of the surface of the planet. We come face-to-face with unspoiled ecosystems, experience new customs and culture, and discover a new piece of ourselves […]

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TecRec Expedition South Africa by Jonas Samuelsson & Patrick Voorma

TecRec Expedition South Africa by Jonas Samuelsson & Patrick Voorma

30 April, 2015 at 8:48 am Comments are Disabled

This is a start of a series of articles about a TecRec Expedition in South Africa where a team of TecRec Divers are looking for a submarine and a pre-historic fish. The article series starts with a blog by Jonas Samuelsson, PADI Regional Manager and TecRec Instructor Trainer, about what […]

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Inspire your old buddies to join you on your next dive trip

Inspire your old buddies to join you on your next dive trip

27 April, 2015 at 3:00 am Comments are Disabled

If you’ve already experienced the beauty of the underwater world, it would be no surprise if you were itching to get back into the water. But many divers find themselves holding back from planning their next dive adventure because they simply have no-one to dive with! You may know many […]

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7 ‘Must Dive’ Sites of Bonaire

7 ‘Must Dive’ Sites of Bonaire

24 March, 2015 at 8:48 am Comments are Disabled

  Picture yourself on the beach suiting up and slipping into warm, crystal clear waters with little to no current – just you, your dive buddy and abundant schools of fish teaming below. If you were in Bonaire right now, then your biggest decision of the day would be choosing […]

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Corn Islands, An Enchanting Diving Oasis

Corn Islands, An Enchanting Diving Oasis

5 March, 2015 at 6:57 pm Comments are Disabled

Down in Central America lies a little known Caribbean Rasta paradise. The Corn Islands sit just over 40 miles / 64 kilometres East of Nicaragua in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. Big Corn Island, measuring just under 4 square miles / 6 square kilometres, and its little sister aptly […]

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6 Reasons Divers Adore Bonaire (and you will too)

6 Reasons Divers Adore Bonaire (and you will too)

4 March, 2015 at 8:46 pm Comments are Disabled

1.  Crazy Amount of Fish Consistently ranked as one of the Caribbean’s top dive destinations on many reader’s choice awards, Bonaire is home to more than 470 fish species. Abundance is an understatement. Bonaire’s reefs contain virtually every single macro critter from the Reef Fish: Caribbean ID book and the […]

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