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30
APR
2018

Three Best Areas For Scuba Diving In The Tuamotu Archipelago

The relatively undiscovered Tuamotu Archipelago in French Polynesia is the jewel in this Pacific islands’ crown. Comprised entirely of coral atolls surrounded by the vast Pacific Ocean, you will feel isolated from the rest of the world. Far from the iconic Bora Bora, the Tuamotu...
30
APR
2018

Six Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Sea Turtles

Apart from being loved by scuba divers and being photogenic, here are 6 facts you may not know yet about sea turtles. Come and dive with us; you will have a good chance to encounter them in any of our destinations! Especially the green and hawksbill sea turtles! 1. They have been...
30
MAR
2018

Dive Face To Face With Hammerhead Sharks, Oceanic White Tip Sharks And Tiger Sharks In The Bahamas

Are you looking for an adrenalin rush?? Then Bahamas should be your next liveaboard dive trip! With its 200% guarantee of several shark species encounters, Bahamas isn’t known as a shark diving mecca for nothing! Three areas in particular stand out for shark encounters: Bimini...
30
MAR
2018

Why the Solomons Should Be Your Next Destination

You probably have already been to a number of memorable diving places and been on a few ‘must see’ dive spots. But you are still looking for one of the last few places on earth that have been spared the ravages of fishing or global tourism. Then Solomon Islands should definitely...
07
MAR
2018

Male? Female? Why choose if you can be both!

The underwater world is mesmerizing. Last month, we discovered some of the most fascinating courtship methods. What is even more incredible is their sexual organs. Most of the underwater world is hermaphrodite (both female and male reproductive organs in the same individual)....
30
JAN
2018

The History Behind The Russell Islands During WWII

The direction of World War II completely changed in 1943 in favour of the Allied Forces. The Battles of Stalingrad and Guadalcanal, at the beginning of 1943, drew to a close. In May, Americans and British combined forces pushed the Axis powers out of North Africa. Optimism...
30
JAN
2018

Four Facts You Didn’t Know About Napoleon Wrasse

The giant yet gentle Napoleon wrasse, commonly called the Humphead Wrasse, is a favourite fish to encounter for divers in many regions of the world not only because they are very photogenic but also of their approachability. It’s one of the few fish that will come very close to...
30
JAN
2018

Five Weird Sea Critter Courtship Displays

In our beloved underwater world, it is Valentine’s Day all year long, and our waterbone resident are doing a really good job at wooing their loved ones. If you would like to (re)impress your special someone, why not try one of those strategies! Drag queens – Cuttlefish When a...