If you know someone who isn’t as passionate about the ocean as you are, the urge to educate him or her can be overwhelming. It may even inspire you to write a blog post, which is why we decided to write about why sharks are so important. Sharks are a […]Read more ›
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Industry pioneer, icon and distinguished PADI Course Director, Clement Lee has been appointed as a Tourism Advisor of Malaysia to represent and help promote the diving industry in Malaysia. In recent press announcements, Tourism Malaysia described Clement Lee as, “the embodiment of the entrepreneurial dive industry pioneer, a staunch conservationist […]Read more ›
On Saturday 25 April 2015 – in celebration of Earth Day – PADI 5 Star Dive Resort, AquaMarine Diving – Bali organized a Beach Clean-up at Batubelig Beach in south west Bali with the students from Kerobokan Sekolah Dasar (Elementary School). With an early start, 40 enthusiastic pupils boarded two […]Read more ›
Did becoming a scuba diver change the way you view the environment? It’s heartbreaking to hear the news about the effects of climate change, unsustainable fishing, and how pollution hurts our oceans. Well, there’s good news. You can pledge to be an eco-tourist and choose to stay at an eco dive […]Read more ›
Matt Bolton, PADI Course Director at Crystal Dive Resort in Thailand, reports on their latest conservation efforts with Eco Koh Tao and the team from Ocean Mysteries. Crystal Dive Resort, a PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Dive Resort in Koh Tao and its partner conservation team, Eco Koh Tao have […]Read more ›
Once you do your first ocean dive something inside of you changes. You form a connection to the ocean. You start to care about the sea and begin thinking about what you can do to protect it. We all know some basic things that we can do to reduce our […]Read more ›