If you’re an avid diver, a little cold won’t stop you from taking the plunge to explore the underwater world, and it shouldn’t! It’s important though that you remember to keep warm while diving. These 6 tips will help you stay warm so you can go diving even if the water’s a bit […]Read more ›
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Why stop when your local dive site freezes in the winter? Ice diving expands your diving season and delivers a rewarding challenge. The crystal clear visibility and upside down ice mountains make for a spectacular view, perfect for videographers and photographers. So what does it take to join the PADI Ice […]Read more ›
The long stalks of kelp anchored on the ocean floor reach up to the surface like trees. When the seaweed-trees are grouped together, they make an underwater forest. The forest supports a population of marine life and makes an arena for divers. There are many reasons we love kelp diving; […]Read more ›
Australia’s island state is well known for its remarkable natural beauty. So it is no wonder that the diving on offer is equally stunning. Here are 5 reasons why Tasmania is a must for your 2015 dive adventures. 1. Huge Diversity – The combination of the Tasmania’s geographical position, climate […]Read more ›
Separated into the North and South Island, New Zealand offers a huge variety of diving spots and is a great cold water destination for scuba divers. The expanding kelp forests, interesting wreck dives and marine diversity makes this country an exciting location to learn to dive, or continue your diving education. […]Read more ›