When you go for a destination dive it is nice to have some variety. While you absolutely love diving, you can’t do it 24/7 throughout your entire trip. For the time that you spend above water, you will want to keep yourself entertained as well. There many things that could […]Read more ›
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One of the many benefits of being a scuba diver is the excuse to travel all over the world. To help you make the most out of each trip, we polled some experts for their top travel tips. Check out their recommendations below to learn how to find the best […]Read more ›
When you head out into open water, you are embarking on a great adventure. Whether it is your 1st or 51st time diving from a boat, the fun doesn’t fade. But don’t let excitement get in the way of your manners – you are sharing the boat with other divers, […]Read more ›
Today’s article on Responsible Scuba Travel is a re-post from The Wanderlusters. We came across this article on their Twitter feed and think it had some great ideas and an important message worth sharing. Guest post authored by Charli Moore Photos courtesy of Benjamin Jones If you’re a certified scuba diver, chances are […]Read more ›
Named one of the “Seven Underwater Wonders of the World,” Palau is a scuba diver’s wonderland. The island is filled with incredible sights, diverse marine life, WWII wrecks, caverns and even cleaning stations, so every type of diver has something to enjoy. Palau offers a number of awesome dive sites […]Read more ›
PADI Diving Society Members picked up their passports in February and headed to The Philippines for a week of diving adventures. Dumaguete, with its warm water, white sandy beaches as well as diverse culture and history, was the backdrop for this year’s first Ocean Safari. PADI 5 Star Dive Centre, […]Read more ›