You may have heard about the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument in the news lately after President Obama passed legislation to expand the area. Papahānaumokuākea is a US National Monument that spans 583,000 square miles near Hawaii. Here are four facts about this diverse and important piece of nature, including how to pronounce […]Read more ›
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Last year, I set out with PADI on a photo expedition to Kona, Hawaii to experience the famous Manta Ray Night Dive, and it was nothing short of magical. It is one of the most spectacular displays of wildlife that I have ever seen on a dive. You will definitely want […]Read more ›
If you like the idea of stepping into the ocean at your own pace, then shore diving is a great place to start. There’s no dive boat required, no need to follow the schedule of a large group of divers and no need to find your sea legs. Shore diving […]Read more ›
August’s ScubaEarth Featured Destinations are Riviera Maya Mexico, Spain, Vietnam and Hawai’i . If you’re looking for ideas for your next dive trip, make sure you check out these vacation hotspots. Click on the title of any destination to get top tips on dive sites, marine life and diver reviews. Riviera […]Read more ›
Comprised of hundreds of islands, Hawaii is a tropical escape that most have on their bucket list. So where do ScubaEarthlings suggest heading to for top diving? Hawai’i A manta ray night dive just off the shore of Kona is a must do for visitors to the ‘Big Island’. The […]Read more ›
Google is bringing the beauty of the underwater world to its ‘Street View’ in Google Maps. Using the latest technology and working with the Catlin Seaview Survey, Google was able to map and survey the health of coral reefs in selected regions. The images were taken using a specifically designed underwater camera called […]Read more ›