5 Can’t Miss Ocean Experiences In Belize

Is there anything quite like the feeling of dropping into turquoise blue water and drifting slowly to the bottom of the ocean as you not only observe the world beneath the surface, but become part of it? It’s hard to think of anything more perfect. Scuba divin...

10 Steps To Responsible Scuba Travel

If you’re a certified scuba diver, chances are that you will have heard the following phrase at some point throughout your dive training. Take only photographs and leave only bubbles. Much like the world abov...

Coral Sea Colours Of The Great Barrier Reef

A Mecca to scuba divers and one of the few living organisms visible from space, the Coral Sea colours of the Great Barrier Reef encompass one of the most biologically diverse habitats on earth. The product of a collaboration between billions of tiny organisms...

A Scuba Buyer’s Guide To Regulators

The first in our new series of Scuba Buyer’s Guides this article takes a look at how to determine which regulator system best suits your needs as a recreational diver in this Scuba Buyer's Guide to Regulators. ...

Confessions Of A Divemaster In Training

I pause, grabbing hold of the thick woven anchor rope my heart leaps forward into my mouth. My breathing becomes irregular and I start to take large gulps of air. I’m hovering, suspended in a bubble of deep bl...

Learn to Scuba Dive At Our Favourite 5

Learning to scuba dive has featured on the bucket list of many a travel enthusiast. The ability to increase the number of environments that you can explore excites anyone with a sense of adventure. With shipwrecks, caves, volcanic tunnels and coral reefs all...

The Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve

The Poor Knights Islands lay just 22km from the shores of New Zealand’s Northland. Uninhabited since the 1820’s they are the eroded remnants of a 4 million year old volcano. Submerged by the rising tides the is...