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Great White Shark Diving at Guadalupe

Great White Shark Diving at Guadalupe

The volcanic Guadalupe Island, 35 km long and 9.5 km wide, lies 150 miles offshore of the Pacific coast of Mexico, roughly south of San Diego and west-north-west of Punta Eugenia on the Baja California peninsula. Here in this amazing picturesque island, where the visibility of the crystal-blue water is 100-foot and water temperature hovers […]

Adventurous diving with sharks

Diving with sharks is certainly dangerous and risky but will be an experience to remember forever. And no matter you are a beginner or a professional, it’s necessary to get a lot of information on how sharks behave while encountering people, what they can do, how they can react and most of all what to […]

Tracking Sevengill Sharks in San Diego

Tracking Sevengill Sharks in San Diego

Article contributed by Michael Bear Beginning around 2009, those of us who had been diving in the San Diego area for over a decade began hearing increasing numbers of  reports of encounters between local divers and Broadnose Sevengill sharks. This seemed a bit odd, since those who had been heavily involved with the diving community […]

Shark Diving in Brighton

Shark Diving in Brighton

Welcome to Brighton – a popular seaside town on the south coast of England, fronting Port Philip Bay with its long stretches of beautiful sandy beaches. Overflowing with places to visit and things to do, Brighton is an adventure lover’s paradise. Visitors will surely appreciate staying in Brighton hotels and exploring such fascinating venues as […]

Avoid dangers while Scuba Diving: Tips for novice divers

Avoid dangers while Scuba Diving: Tips for novice divers

Generally scuba diving is not considered a dangerous sport. Of course, it’s a bit riskier than, for example, tennis or golf, but it’s far safer than zip lining or parachute jumping. Today you can easily find good modern scuba diving equipment that is reliable and will protect you from many dangers. Add the proper training, […]

All about Sharks

All about Sharks

“He’s Just Misunderstood Is All” As a dive instructor in the tropics I am asked on a nearly daily basis: “Are there sharks in the water?” to which I reply: “Yes, but they are small and harmless”, which immediately invokes the response: “But what if they get angry, or are hungry, or I intrude on […]

Top Ten Diving Myths Dispelled For The Novice Diver

Top Ten Diving Myths Dispelled For The Novice Diver

Myths Diving is a sport with a huge community of active participants. Most of those participants have been well trained and are well informed about the important truths of the activity. There is a small percentage of, mostly very novice, divers that have somehow gotten the wrong end of the pointer stick and harbor fears […]

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 […]

Protect Sharks from Extermination

Protect Sharks from Extermination

On the screen : Night, darkness and ocean. Charming blonde left her laughing company behind and decided to swim under the calm waves of ocean. Water, under the silver moonlight is being disturbed only by elastic motions of human body. But you already start feeling early signs of impending trouble in the music: the pace […]

Diving in Roca Partida , Socorro Islands

Diving in Roca Partida , Socorro Islands

Scuba Diving in Roca Partida Roca Partida mean Broken Rock in Spanish. This stark volcanic pinnacle rises from the depths of the Pacific 200 miles (320 km) off the tip of the Baja Peninsula. This is truly wild diving, with powerful swells, big currents, and large marine species at one of the most isolated dive […]

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