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Australia to Create World’s Largest Marine Reserve

Recently, the Australian government has come with the ‘biggest ever step’ in ocean conservation, announcing that it will create the world’s largest network of marine sanctuaries, which will cover more than 1.1 million square miles of ocean, encompassing the third of the island continent’s territorial waters. The country currently has a total of 27 marine […]

Diving Holidays in Madagascar

Diving Holidays in Madagascar

Located in the Indian Ocean off the eastern coast of Africa, Madagascar is the fourth largest island on our planet and a popular tourist destination that conjures up many visions of adventure and discovery. While fabulous unspoiled beaches, fascinating landscapes and lush evergreen rainforests that whoop and holler with diversity make Madagascar an eco-tourists’ utopia, […]

Diving in Sri Lanka – Explore Its Great Dive Sites

Diving in Sri Lanka – Explore Its Great Dive Sites

Welcome to Sri Lanka, a dreamscape destination for your next diving adventure! Still, awe-inspiring lagoons, an abundance of marine life and fauna, underwater caves and rock formations, hundreds of fabulous dive sites and dozens of famous ship wrecks dating back to the colonial era – the paradise island has everything you could ask for. From […]

Diving in Bird Island, Seychelles

Diving in Bird Island, Seychelles

Scuba diving in the breathtakingly beautiful coral archipelago of Seychelles is spectacular and diverse, and is often recognized as some of the best in the world. There are so many diving spots to choose from that you are sure to find something new every day. The outer islands of the chain are mostly uninhabited, making […]

Dive Sites in Similan Islands

Dive Sites in Similan Islands

Similan Islands The Similan Islands National Park is a series of strikingly beautiful granite and jungle islands with some stunning beaches and great undersea diversity. Diving here normally originates from Phuket and is done by live aboards running anywhere from two-day to two week trips. The water clarity and healthy reefs make these islands the […]

Scuba Diving in Mauritius – Unlimited sensations

Scuba Diving in Mauritius – Unlimited sensations

Have you ever heard of Mauritius? Well, Mauritius is an incredible island in the Indian Ocean about 500 miles east of Madagascar with an area of 720 square miles.The island is rather mountainous. Almost 75% of the island is covered with mountains and hills. The area is rich in tropical forests. The tropical and subtropical […]

Scuba Diving in Lakshadweep, India.

Scuba Diving in Lakshadweep, India.

Welcome to one of the world’s largest democracies of the world. Enriched with religious, cultural, social and political diversity, this place is simply a “tourist puller”. These coupled with ministry of tourism and culture’s initiative for promoting tourism in the country have helped India to attain the status of “a good and must visit tourist […]

Scuba Diving in Mozambique | Quirimbas and Bazaruto Archipelagos

Scuba Diving in Mozambique | Quirimbas and Bazaruto Archipelagos

Diving in Mozambique Wracked by decades of civil war, Mozambique was once a forgotten destination in world diving. The end of the conflict in 1992 prompted the gradual return of divers, and revealed the riches that lie in the blue waters off one of Africa’s wildest coastlines.  Scuba Diving in  Mozambique one day will be […]

Similan Islands Thailand: Another great spot for divers

Similan Islands Thailand: Another great spot for divers

Andaman sea, Indian ocean A tiny string of granite islands sitting off the coast of Thailand, the Similans are best explored by liveaboard dive boat, but with some of the best beaches in Thailand, they have a great deal to offer both above and below the water. Stone and sea The Similan Islands consist of […]

Liveaboard hijacked by Somali Pirates in Seychelles

Liveaboard hijacked by Somali Pirates in Seychelles

SEYCHELLES: Dive vessel “Live-aboard” which is very popular among the British divers, has been captured by Somali pirates with team of seven people. Somali pirates attacked them near the Seychelles, hundreds of miles far from their den in the East African coast. By happy coincidence ship Indian Ocean Explorer dropped passengers at the Island Esampshen […]

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