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Hawaii Scuba Diving – Explore Maui’s Underwater World

Hawaii Scuba Diving – Explore Maui’s Underwater World

Holidaying in coastal destinations means indulging in tons of water sports and being close to some of the best diving in the world. In today’s post we’ll introduce one such destination – the world-renowned Hawaii, surrounded by the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean, and featuring a truly unique underwater environment with over 25% of […]

Diving in Western Samoa

Diving in Western Samoa

With crystal clear turquoise waters, breathtaking coastal scenery and fascinating marine life, Western Samoa – one of the least expensive countries in the South Pacific has proved to be one of the last undiscovered frontiers of wonderful uncrowded diving. Surrounding reefs create beautiful lagoons with easy access for diving, both inside and outside the reefs. […]

A Chinese Submersible to Attempt 7,000 meter Dive

A Chinese Submersible to Attempt 7,000 meter Dive

China’s manned submersible Jiaolong, named after a mythical sea dragon in Chinese folklore is set to go seven thousand meters beneath the waters of the Mariana Trench in the western pacific between mid-June and early July. Last summer it succeeded in diving 5,188 meters in the Pacific Ocean, enabling China to conduct scientific explorations in […]

Scuba Diving Vacations in Spain

Scuba Diving Vacations in Spain

Not sure where to go on your next dream dive vacation? Do not think further and head to Spain – the world’s third tourist destination with more than 57 million visitors annually. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Cantabrian Sea and the Mediterranean, Spain offers fantastic opportunities for scuba diving. A combination of cold and warm […]

Diving in Japan

Diving in Japan

It’s true that Japan may not be the first country that comes to mind when considering scuba diving, but, in fact, the country has more than two thousand dives spots on offer with something for every kind of diver. Diving in Japan varies from cold water diving in the northern islands to tropical encounters in […]

Diving in the Crystal-Clear Waters of New Caledonia

Diving in the Crystal-Clear Waters of New Caledonia

Discovered by Captain Cook in September 1774, New Caledonia, with its fabulous capital Noumea, often referred to as the ‘Paris of the South Pacific,’ is an authentic land of contrasts, and an atypical destination that attracts tenth of thousands of travelers from around the world. A French overseas territory, Caledonia is home to the world’s […]

Greenpeace to Protect Pacific Ocean Life

Greenpeace to Protect Pacific Ocean Life

Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organization present in 40 countries across Europe, the USA, Asia, Africa and the Pacific, passionate about ensuring a peaceful and stable world for future generations. This is done by catalyzing an energy revolution to address the climate change; protecting the world’s ancient forests; campaigning for sustainable agriculture; and defending […]

Scuba Diving Disaster in Boracay Island, Philippines

Scuba Diving Disaster in Boracay Island, Philippines

Scuba diving is known to be a safe water sport but sometimes various accidents can happen that may even bring to fatalities. Sometimes divers are attacked by sharks, sometimes they are not so professional and don’t have enough knowledge to know how to behave during the diving. The accident that happened on January 24 in […]

28-Years-Old Man Lost While Diving in Hawaii

Blessed with crystal-clear turquoise waters rich in amazing marine life, Hawaii is one of the world’s top tourist destinations, with emphasis on sunshine and outdoor activities, including diving – an adventurous water sport that never fails to entice holidaymakers of all ages. And though many experts ensure that this is one of the safest water […]

Scuba Diving in Marshall Islands

Scuba Diving in Marshall Islands

Who, Where and What Are the Marshall Islands? The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) is an island country in the North Pacific ocean. It is often simply grouped with the other island countries in the area as Micronesia. The country is made up of five high islands and twenty-nine atolls that roughly form into […]

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