The Yucatan Peninsula and Riviera Maya in Mexico are very well known among other things for the Cenotes. They are the largest underground fresh water cave system in the world. They run for kilometers from North West to South East of the Peninsula and end up in the Caribbean Sea. There are no overground rivers […]
Shark Feeding - Pros and cons about Shark Feeding
Some says shark feeding is good because it spreads awareness about sharks others that sharks might relate the sight of divers to food.
Choosing Scuba fins - Get all the basic facts about diving fins
Scuba fins are one of the most important scuba investments you will make. Make the right one!
How to develop the sixth sense of advanced scuba diving, the illusive “situational awareness”. This is the last article in our three-part article series about emergency planning. First we covered personal dive planning and yesterday we talked about dive emergency planning. Hang out around experienced divers long enough and you’ll start to notice that they […]
How to increase safety for your entire dive team. This is the second in a three-part article series about emergency planning. T...
Welcome to the 3rd article in the turtle nesting project in Ushongo, Tanzania. You can read about our first turtle egg patrol or finding the turtles and getting them to safety. We were privileged to see turtles running towards the ocean three times in the last eight days during our stay in Ushongo. The first […]
Yesterday we talked about our first turtle patrol to Maziwe, which was part of our trip to Ushongo, Tanzania to follow a 5 year on...
Drift diving can be one of the most rewarding types of diving, but it does require certain precautions. What is drift diving? Drift diving is a type of diving where instead of fighting a current, we go with it. Usually we’re told to always start a dive swimming against the current, if there is one, […]