Our top 3 unusual places to scuba dive When we think about scuba diving, we usually think about warm, tropical waters, full of coral, fish and sea turtles. Maybe some sharks if you’re adventurous. But there are also other, more unusual places that you can
It’s been a dream of mine to dive with sea lions. So finding ourselves in Cabo San Lucas after a dive trip to the Socorro Islands, we had the perfect opportunity to find sea lions. Beyond sea lions, the other dive sites at Cabo San Lucas are worth a day or two of diving.
The Socorro Islands is a scuba diving paradise in the Pacific Ocean, 390 km southwest of Cabo San Lucas. Its known for its large animal life, including giant oceanic mantas, 10 species of (friendly) sharks, large schools of fish, whale sharks, dolphins and yellowfin tuna.
Tobermory is one of Canada’s best locations for scuba diving, and one of the top freshwater dive sites in the world. Scuba diving in Tobermory is renown for its numerous well-preserved shipwrecks. The scuba diving is all within the Fathom Five National Marine Park, which
Hidden away somewhere near the centre of Italy is a scuba diving gem. In the 1950s, a valley was flooded to create an artificial lake for hydroelectricity. In doing so, they flooded a collection of ancient ruins that is now a scuba diver’s paradise. Scuba
Learn about liveaboard scuba diving in Belize on the Belize Aggressor III.
Discovering Roatán’s coral reefs with Anthony’s Key Resort Even though we got our open water certification in Roatán, we didn’t really get to see all that scuba diving in Roatán has to offer (underwater) because our training dives had been limited to just a few
Our first scuba vacation With our relatively fresh PADI Advanced Open Water and Nitrox certifications, the next step was to take advantage of our hard work and get some dives under our belt. Sort of by accident, we ended up scuba diving in Saba and
It’s hard to get into diving without hearing the word nitrox thrown around. So what’s the fuss about scuba diving with nitrox? Many non-divers incorrectly believe that we dive with pure oxygen (I guess because it’s oxygen that keeps us alive). Most divers dive with the