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Scuba Diving in South Africa

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June 4, 2013

The tourism industry in South Africa has boomed since 1994. This increasingly popular holiday destination prides itself in having a  wealth of tradition, a multitude of scenic a routes and unique wildlife experiences. South Africa has world class hotels, casinos and various other venues. Some of  the exciting adventures to embark on being deep sea […]

Scuba Diving in South Africa
New Zealand: A Haven for Divers and Lovers of the Earth

New Zealand: A Haven for Divers and Lovers of the Earth

New Zealand is a diver’s paradise. With easily accessible coastlines, hundreds of offshore islands, and marine reserves, the New Zealand underwater world provides divers with endless adventure. Whether you want to swim with a school of fish or dive wrecks, drop-offs and subtropical reefs, the clear, clean water of New Zealand will surely satisfy the […]

Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with the First Underwater Imagery in Google Maps

Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with the First Underwater Imagery in Google Maps

Good news for those who have always desired to go scuba diving into the picturesque Great Barrier Reef, but never seem to have afforded or had time to undertake it. Google has come out with its latest addition to the Google Maps service: underwater panoramic views of six special sea spots that is a virtual […]

Waterland – Ireland’s Largest and Most Beautiful Dive Center

Waterland – Ireland’s Largest and Most Beautiful Dive Center

If you truly appreciate scuba diving and are looking for fun that’s wetter and better, enjoy a family visit to Waterland – Northern Ireland’s number one indoor water attraction, offering first class facilities for diving, leisure and photography – all under one roof, as well as superb accommodation and other types of water sports. Situated […]

Veteran Diver from Monkseaton Uncovers a Piece of History

Veteran Diver from Monkseaton Uncovers a Piece of History

Uncovering a piece of history from the bottom of the sea is always a pleasurable experience for most divers. Recently, the 70-year-old veteran diver Robert Lisle felt this pleasure, as he found a silver cup on his North Sea dive, just 72 years after it sank with a wrecked ship. The ship, called MS Oslofjord, […]

Greenbrier Lake Gets Annual Cleaning by Volunteer Scuba Divers

Greenbrier Lake Gets Annual Cleaning by Volunteer Scuba Divers

Located in the Appalachian Mountains, in the state of Maryland, the multi-use Greenbrier State Park provides a cool respite from the summer heat by offering a wealth of recreational activities. Part of the park is the man-made freshwater Greenbrier Lake, a popular getaway for swimmers, sunbathers and fishers, which every year undergoes cleanup by many […]


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