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Escape into the Turquoise Waters of French Polynesia’s Islands and Atolls

By Sarah Wormald Did you know that French Polynesia encompasses 118 islands and atolls? This spectacular destination offers phenomenal diving, an abundance of sharks and shark species, as well as manta rays, kaleidoscopic reefs and conditions suitable for all diving levels. Topside, French Polynesia is home to stunning sceneries, white sand beaches, tropical …read more […]

How to Giant Stride

By Emily Bates Introducing the PADI ‘How To’ series featuring helpful tips as you discover the underwater world. If you’ve just started the PADI Open Water Diver course, or simply haven’t been in the water for some time, we’ve got you covered with a full visual breakdown on how to perfect these skills …read more […]

How to Recover Your Regulator When Diving

By Emily Bates Introducing the PADI ‘How To’ series featuring helpful tips as you discover the underwater world. If you’ve just started the PADI Open Water Diver course, or simply haven’t been in the water for some time, we’ve got you covered with a full visual breakdown on how to perfect these skills …read more […]

PADI AmbassaDiver Steve Hathaway Wins 2019 Blake Leader – Environment Award

By Brooke McConnell We’re excited to announce that PADI AmbassaDiverTM , underwater cameraman, marine educator and founder of the Young Ocean Explorers, Steve Hathaway, has won the prestigious 2019 New Zealand Blake Leader-Environment award. The Blake Leader-Environment award recognizes and celebrates individuals who have used their leadership to help inspire environmental sustainability within …read more […]

Manta Trust Trip in Komodo, Indonesia

By Guest Blogger Written by Guest Blogger, Mario Passoni. All photos taken by Sarah Lewis Join a liveaboard trip to Komodo National Park that involves looking for manta rays and all the marvelous underwater life that this UNESCO World Heritage Site has to offer. On board, you’ll be joined by Niv Froman, an …read more […]

Aqaba Launches the First Underwater Military Museum

By Cathy Evans If you’re a history buff and diver, then this new dive site in Jordan might just be the place for you… Off the Gulf of Aqaba in the Red Sea, you can explore the first Underwater Military Museum offering underwater enthusiasts 19 fascinating relics of battles. The military machines are …read more […]

Five Unique Reasons to Visit Sulawesi in Indonesia

By Sarah Wormald All images taken by Sarah Wormald Indonesia is regarded by many as home to the best scuba diving in the world, but with over 17,000 islands to choose from it can be tough to narrow down which region to visit. One of the strangest looking land masses, and the fourth …read more […]

Cassiopea – Mahahual’s Ocean Protector

By Tara Bradley Connell PADI AmbassaDiver Cassiopea Carrier Doneys has been in harmony with the ocean since she was a newborn. When she was just one week old, her parents took her to the beach near their home in Trancoso, Brazil. And she’s been in love with the sea ever since.  “It’s always …read […]

Eco-Friendly School and Office Supplies to Show Your Scuba Diver Pride

By Megan Denny Every time you answer the question, “aren’t you afraid of sharks?” or “is that a drinking straw in your bag?” you are a voice for our oceans and the creatures who live there. These everyday conversations help spread the word about important issues and create positive change. With that in …read more […]

The Best Surface Interval Activities in Bali

By Lisa Stentvedt Bali is a popular destination for all kinds of travelers. Families, solo travelers, adventure enthusiasts and divers all flock to this beautiful island to explore what she has to offer. For those of us that prefer our adventures under the sea, it’s easy to end up spending most of our …read more […]

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