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Google Earth Has a Street View of Tubbataha Reef


You can tour the reef like a scuba diver and zoom in on corals and marine life.

Tubbataha Reef is a collection of coral reefs in the Sulu Sea. In 1993, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization or UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site because of its very high density of marine species. It sits at the center of the world’s coral triangle, where a dense concentration of marine life is found: It hosts 75 percent of the world’s described coral species and 40 percent of all the world’s described reef fish. Read more

August 29, 2019 |

Scuba Show 2019 – Long Beach Preview

The west coasts scuba diving event of the year! 300+ exhibitors from around the world. Over 76,000 square feet of exhibit space, seminars, clinics hosted by industry experts, a 15,000 gallon heated pool, and much more!

Come listen to and learn from top industry experts or go scuba dive in the heated pool! Door Prizes. Try Scuba Diving. Family Friendly. Largest Dive Show in CA.

WHERE Long Beach Convention Center Long Beach, California, USA.

WHEN Saturday & Sunday May 4th & 5th 2019

Full detail and information on SCUBA SHOW 2019 Read more

April 25, 2019 |

Wakatobi Goes Solar

Wakatobi’s ongoing initiatives help create a clean, local power source.

Wakatobi Resort is fortunate to be located in the sunniest part of Indonesia. Our guests certainly appreciate the abundance of sunshine, both when they are on the beach and when they see it filtering down through the clear waters to light up the coral reefs. And now, there’s another reason to love the sun while you are at Wakatobi because it will be providing much of the electrical power needed to maintain resort operations. Read more

April 22, 2019 |
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