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What Scientists Just Found Deep In The Ocean Is Seriously Unbelievable. I’m Still In Shock!
It is a city shrouded in myth, swallowed by the Mediterranean Sea and buried in sand and mud for more than 1,200 years. But now archeologists are unearthing the mysteries of Heracleion, uncovering amazingly well-preserved artifacts that tell the story of a vibrant classical-era port. Read more
The waters of Cabo Pulmo, Mexico, teem with life—a reminder of what the oceans were like a century ago.
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Technical Diving is the extreme branch of Scuba Diving. Read more
More than 30 new species of sea slugs, sea urchins and soft corals have been discovered in the Verde Island Passage, between the provinces of Batangas and Mindoro, Philippines proving the area’s significance as “the center of the center” of marine biodiversity in the world. Read more
St. George’s Caye is a small island in Belize ideally located for easy travel away from crowds and quick access to diving and snorkeling on the barrier reef.
In celebration of the magnificent diving experiences the Solomon Islands has to offer the international dive community, the 2nd Annual Solomon Dive Fest 2017 will take place in the country’s Western Province from October 2-7 2017. Read more
We were thrilled to be welcomed at Hewanorra International Airport in St. Lucia with cold washcloths and water bottles after a long day of travel. Little did we know they were getting us ready for the hour-long bus ride to our resort, Anse Chastanet, along a windy road that would give “The Road to Hana” a run for its money. Once we turned off the main road onto the private road to the resort….wow. The road is very bumpy, semi-paved with lots of potholes and very narrow in many places. Good thing I took some Bonine before the trip. However, the spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea and the majestic Pitons made this rough little drive totally worth it and part of the charm of the resort! Read more