Post Tagged with: "scuba diving"

The Fish That Doesn’t Swim

The Fish That Doesn’t Swim

27 October, 2015 at 2:36 am Comments are Disabled

If you’re at 125 feet underwater and you see a fish with bloated red lips, walking like a drunk guy, with a horn like a unicorn and shaped like a bat, two things could be happening. You may have nitrogen narcosis or you’re diving off the Galapagos Islands looking at […]

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What’s Your #myPADI Story?

What’s Your #myPADI Story?

15 September, 2015 at 8:42 am Comments are Disabled

We all have a story to tell. PADI divers and members, especially. Every day we hear and trade stories, pictures and videos of the incredible and unique experiences we have as divers. So, what’s your story? This month, we’re asking PADI supporters to share their story with us. It could […]

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Explore Costa Rica: Volcanoes, Bull Sharks and Top Dives

Explore Costa Rica: Volcanoes, Bull Sharks and Top Dives

17 August, 2015 at 1:36 pm Comments are Disabled

No matter what adventure you crave, you’ll find it in Costa Rica — both topside and underwater. You can surf world-class waves, hike along the foothills of an active volcano, speed through the rainforest canopy on a zip line or scuba dive with bull sharks. Did we mention there’s also volcano-heated hot springs to […]

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6 Tips for Making a Good Dive Great

6 Tips for Making a Good Dive Great

22 July, 2015 at 10:00 am Comments are Disabled

Ever have one of those dives where everything went wrong? Broken fin strap, low visibility, ear problems? While scuba diving can be one of life’s most rewarding experiences, we’re bound to have a “less than optimal” experience from time to time. You may be wondering if there are things you can do […]

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Your Scuba View: Cenote Diving In Mexico

Your Scuba View: Cenote Diving In Mexico

19 June, 2015 at 8:35 am Comments are Disabled

Last month the PADI Your Scuba View contest generated thousands of incredible photo entries that reflected divers personal views of their scuba diving adventures. One of the four winners from the contest was Max Franlund from Sweden, who submitted his winning photo (seen below) of him diving a Cenote in […]

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Exploring the Oceans From All Angles

Exploring the Oceans From All Angles

17 June, 2015 at 6:00 am Comments are Disabled

Guest Post By Contiki Vacations We all know that the ocean covers 71 percent of the Earth’s surface, but we often overlook the amazing ways the ocean makes an impact on our lives when we travel the world – how it enhances our perspective on life (and makes a stunning […]

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