We are divers in the age of an evolving pandemic. The world has changed and we are changing accordingly. We used to be an industry that was built around tropical vacations, but then airlines stopped, borders got shut down and international tourism froze.
Kia Orana! Welcome to island paradise. Welcome to the Cook Islands!
In case you have not heard of the Cooks – the Cook Islands are in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean, between Tahiti and New Zealand. The country is made up of 15 islands, spread over a distance the size of western Europe. Of the 15 islands, 12 are inhabited.
Today’s post is dedicated to those of us who live in regions with milder climates where owning a drysuit is not common or mandatory and are perhaps suffering a bit this time of year. It’s also for those of us who dive multiple times a week and need to ensure they stay warm no matter what. So, without further ado, here’s how to stay warmer while diving in a wetsuit.
Tropical marine life and crystal clear waters are waiting for you in South East Asia. Wakatobi is home to Wakatobi Dive Resort, an SDI Dive Center since 2008, and countless dive sites that will leave you wanting more. This destination is just a quick jaunt from Bali, making it a perfect addition to your trip. Learn more about all this paradise has to offer by clicking below.
Is Indonesia on your scuba diving bucket list? Then look no further than Alor, Indonesia and get ready to feel the urge to book a flight and pack your bags. In this article, we’ll explore diving destinations in this unique location as well as some of the tourist things to do.
Are you practicing proper boat diving etiquette? Whether you’ve been diving for a month or even a few years, it never hurts to go over the basic curiosities of boat diving. This article will walk you through everything you need to know before you get to the dock and when you’re returning.
There are an infinite number of dive spots in the world, but few are as unique as this one found off the coast of Cyprus. We’re talking about the brand new MUSAN underwater museum. Check out the incredible sights you can see at the MUSAN museum in this article.
Are you a contact lenses wearing diver? Then this article is for you. Everything you need to know and consider about being a scuba diver who wears contact lenses. Say goodbye to the days of worrying about lens contamination or eye infections with these tips.
Have you fallen into the neutral buoyancy debate? Or worse, have you been victim to the internet trolls who patrol the internet for photos and videos of divers doing something “wrong.” In this article we have Jeff Bozanic here to explain why it’s actually helpful and sometimes carries less risk.
Ready to get out there and get diving but not sure where to go? These five dive sites won’t disappoint. There’s a little something for everyone in these five sites, so click to start daydreaming about your next big dive trip.