Diving Blog

Sep 2020

Diving After COVID-19. Where Can You Travel After Lockdown Ends?

The last few months have been frustrating for divers, forced to stay on dry land and ignore the calling of the sea. Is this what a fish out of water feels? You are probably wondering if you'll ever be able to go diving after COVID-19. We’ve seen...

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Apr 2020

Discover Freshwater Diving

With a big focus on the marine environment within scuba diving, freshwater diving often gets overlooked, despite being more accessible to most people living inland and in colder climates. Freshwater can bring a new experience, with contrasting fish s...

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Jan 2020

Top 15 Places to Scuba Dive Over the Holiday Season

It’s the holiday season and many people are looking for an exotic place to escape to on vacation. Whether you live in a place that gets quite chilly over the holidays or you are just looking for a great place to relax with some extra time off, visi...

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Dec 2019

White Shark Cage Diving in South Africa

Many of us have been conditioned to fear the Great White Shark (Carcharadon Carcharias), by a repetition of two musical notes and a series of ba...

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Nov 2019

A Complete Guide to Wreck Diving

Wreck diving is one of the most fascinating underwater activities you can do. The sites and locations are always shrouded with mystery, tragedy and there are fascinating tales behind each wreckage. Continue reading

Nov 2019

The Sardine Run. An African Ocean Safari

Something stirs in the part of the southern African continental shelf known as the Agulhas Bank, where the warm Indian Ocean and the cold Atlantic meet. With a myriad of theories circulating about what exactly stirs, from the ideal temperature spread...

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Nov 2016

Diving Protea Banks, South Africa

For years I’ve been travelling the globe in search of the ultimate dive destination, only to find it in my backyard... A friend had recently come back from a dive trip in the KwaZulu- Natal region of South Africa. She claimed that she had offici...

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Aug 2016

Anchor Damage

As a dive school, our top priority always seems to be to get people into the water and bring them back happy and safe. But, as a reef ecologist, and really just as any aquatic life enthusiast, there’s also a greater responsibility we don’t always...

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Sep 2015

Komodo: Dragons and Mantas

The dive options in the Republic of Indonesia are endless. The country consists of 17,500 islands, harbouring awe inspiring tropical beauty and endless biodiversity above and underwater. With such a wealth of dive options, I found myself overwhelmed ...

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Aug 2015

Bunaken Marine Park, Indonesia

Among the highlights of diving in Indonesia is Bunaken National Marine Park. Located near to the 400,000 strong city of Manado<...

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Aug 2015

The Strange World of Muck Diving

Sometimes more experienced divers begin to get a little bored of the pretty corals and the colourful reef fish, and start looking at the smaller, stranger things that inhabit our oceans. If this sounds like you, then you really need to head out and t...

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Mar 2015

Historic Wrecks of Scapa Flow

Scapa Flow is a sheltered body of water on the coast line of the Orkney Islands, Scotland. It is around 120 square miles, and is considered one of the world’s great natural harbours. It is relatively shallow, with the sandy bottom not being deeper ...

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