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The Environmental Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Guest Blogger Written by Casper Ohm This year’s coronavirus crisis has had a profound effect on nations and populations across the globe. It has changed the way we work, communicate, shop, and enjoy our recreation time — and in many ways, it has bought us closer together. In spite of the …read more Source:: […]

Torchbearers Are Always In the Right Place

By Drew Richardson “All drains lead to the ocean,” says Pixar’s character Gil in the popular 2003 animation, Finding Nemo. While not literally true, his words remind us that changes affecting the sea for better or worse start everywhere. Pollutants and plastics dumped haphazardly hundreds of kilometres inland will find their way to …read more […]

Women’s Dive Day Transforms Lives and Opens the Door to the Underwater World

By Megan Denny Six years ago, PADI® Women’s Dive Day began as a simple idea – encourage more women to go scuba diving. Passionate divers took up the charge and planned thousands of fun and inspiring events that changed lives and strengthened dive communities around the world. During the span of 5 …read more Source:: […]

Dive Stories Podcast

By Ocean Allison Immerse yourself in the underwater world with Dive Stories. PADI presents monthly podcast episodes sharing diving’s most inspirational characters and their narratives with the world. We’re talking scuba, freediving, underwater exploration, travel, conservation, and all things in and around the ocean. Join us as we seek adventure and save the …read more […]

9 Awesome Features of the All-New PADI Adventures App

By Sarah Morlock The all-new PADI Adventures app is stuffed full of awesome features to help you find and book dives locally and abroad. The post 9 Awesome Features of the All-New PADI Adventures App appeared first on . …read more Source:: PADI News       

7 Top Jetty, Reef and Wreck Dives in South Australia

By Sarah Wormald All images provided by Ron van der Marel Are you planning to dive in South Australia? Here are seven of the region’s best dive sites that you definitely don’t want to miss out on. So dive in and read on…. Edithburgh Jetty Located around three hours west of Adelaide …read more Source:: […]

Top 10 Dive Sites in Malaysia

By Sarah Wormald Malaysia’s friendly locals, vibrant culture, endless beaches and incredible diving make it a must visit country on any South East Asian travel itinerary. Divers are drawn to the vibrant coral reefs which offer impressive marine life sightings and a selection of excellent wreck dives. Malaysia is home to an array …read more […]

Sun Protection is Critical for Divers

By Guest Blogger Written by Marcie Doss As a young girl, I dreamed of becoming a mermaid. I have always loved the ocean-everything about it: the sun, the sand, the fish, the coral. I became a certified diver at the age of 14, the youngest PADI would allow at the time. As I …read more […]

Hello PADI Adventures

By Sarah Morlock Introducing the PADI Adventures app, the ultimate way to booking diving from PADI Travel. Find. Book. Dive. The post Hello PADI Adventures appeared first on . …read more Source:: PADI News       

Must-dive Destinations in Cornwall, UK

By Danielle Schofield The Cornish coastline is defined by beautiful beaches, striking granite topography, and breathtaking views. Influenced by the Gulf Stream, the region enjoys some of the warmest weather and waters in the UK and a spectacular diversity of dive sites — from highly decorated walls and magical kelp forests, to mysterious …read more […]

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