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Where to see large marine life in 2014

Where to see large marine life in 2014

15 February, 2014 at 1:00 am 0 comments

It’s pretty common for divers to view smaller underwater creatures during their scuba adventures. While you probably appreciate all marine life regardless of size, wouldn’t it be nice to stray from the ordinary and get the chance to dive with large marine life instead? Seeing marine megafauna up close is […]

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Top ScubaEarth Dive Sites – Cozumel

Top ScubaEarth Dive Sites – Cozumel

11 November, 2013 at 2:47 am 0 comments

With details and reviews on more than 50,000 dive sites around the world, ScubaEarth can be a huge help when planning your next scuba diving holiday. Here are a few great dive sites from the Vacation Spotlight Feature – Cozumel to get you started. Cozumel, Mexico  Isla Cozumel is one of […]

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Three Warm-Water Scuba Diving Destinations

Three Warm-Water Scuba Diving Destinations

11 October, 2013 at 6:00 pm 0 comments

Dreaming of your next dive trip? For many divers, warm water and easy diving are the only way to go, but how to narrow it down? Here are three diver favorites that should be on your list. Indonesia Nearly 18,000 islands hugging the equator beg to be explored by ambitious […]

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ScubaEarth Featured Destination – Baja, Mexico

ScubaEarth Featured Destination – Baja, Mexico

3 September, 2013 at 1:15 pm 0 comments

The latest ScubaEarth Featured Destination is the stunning region of Baja, Mexico! Baja is not easily encapsulated. It stretches 1240 kilometres/771 miles from the US border to Cabo San Lucas and “Land’s End”. On one side, you have the endless expanse of the Pacific, on the other side, you have the […]

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ScubaEarth: Cook Islands, Baja & Fiji

ScubaEarth: Cook Islands, Baja & Fiji

20 August, 2013 at 10:15 pm 0 comments

Looking for a dive destination that offers an incredible topside experience as well as amazing diving?  Then keep your eye on ScubaEarth in the coming weeks as we feature the breathtaking mix of coral atolls and volcanic islands that make up the Cook Islands, the remote desertscape and clear waters […]

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Cenote Scuba Diving

Cenote Scuba Diving

14 March, 2013 at 6:00 am 2 comments

By guest blogger: Chris Alstrand One of the things Lesley and I were most anticipating when we were preparing for our recent trip to Mexico was a chance to dive in cenotes. Cenotes are openings to underground rivers with caves, rooms, and passageways that form when an area of the roof over the […]

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