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Treasure hunting goes SCUBA

Scuba diving in itself is an exciting activity – exploring the underwater realm, discovering new species, traveling to new places, meeting new people and creating a connection based on a common hobby, on something you love. But what if you could add a more aimed search and the thrill of finding a small prize to your diving? Well, then you would have a whole new dimension of scuba exploration – “scuba geocaching” (also named “underwater geocaching”, “divecaching” etc.).  Read the rest of this entry »

Silfra: world class diving in Iceland

How many of us don’t have a “To Do list” when it comes to scuba diving destinations? I won’t say a “Bucket List”, because it would sound a bit macabre:). Most of us daydream or gawp at the colorful commercials found in the scuba magazines. Some of us flip out when it comes to the Red Sea, others when it comes to the far away Pacific, others when it comes to the Caribbean… I… flip out when it comes to Iceland. Read the rest of this entry »

Swim with Burt – the “Crocodile Dundee” croc

If you are an adrenaline junkie this may be an experience after your own taste: Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, offers you a unique experience in the “Cage of Death” where you will meet one of the seven resident crocodiles hosted here. Read the rest of this entry »

Diving with whale sharks in Mozambique

Who wishes for a high dose of spectacular diving alongside the giant and gentle whale sharks has a solution at hand: the Tofo area in Mozambique, at the Indian Ocean. Read the rest of this entry »

Feel the adrenaline with the sharks from South Africa

The fascination with sharks can be satisfied in South Africa, in the KwaZulu-Natal province, where Patrick and Christa McEvoy, from Surf‘n Turf Tours, are your hospitable hosts on the shores of the Indian Ocean. The sharks can be observed both on cage-free dives, as from the surface, while snorkeling. Read the rest of this entry »

Dead Sea extreme diving

For those interested in trying a very unique type of diving, the Dead Sea is offering one of the most special experiences possible all year long. Read the rest of this entry »

Shabrur Umm Gamar

The site is located approximately one kilometer from the Umm Gamar Island and is reachable by boat, from Hurghada, after a half hour journey heading north. Read the rest of this entry »

Submerged art: the “Silent evolution”

Anyone who dove in tropical waters is familiar with the wonders of coral reefs: a rainbow of colors, schools of fish cruising around, myriads of small creatures finding shelter in the caves and crevices that only a reef structure can provide. Unfortunately, you can’t find these natural “constructions” everywhere, so here the (good) man tries to intervene in a positive way. Read the rest of this entry »

Caves of the sleeping sharks

A location that is required to be logged at least once in the logbook of any diving enthusiast, the caves where the sharks sleep are situated near Isla de Mujeres, a few kilometers away from the shore of Cancun in Mexico. Read the rest of this entry »

Thistlegorm, the queen of wrecks

Thistlegorm shows up in every diving chart, being highly praised and recommended by those who visited it once, as well as by the professionals who know it as well as their own pocket. Read the rest of this entry »

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