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Where can you get off the beaten track in Indonesia? Una-Una and the Togean Islands!

By Guest Blogger Guest Article by Ollie Clarke With over 17,000 islands in the heart of the coral triangle, it’s fair to say Indonesia has a LOT of great diving destinations. Although, as more and more travellers and divers want to experience the famous sites it can start to get really crowded underwater. …read more […]

5 Ocean Documentaries To Get Kids Excited About Conservation

By Brooke McConnell Ensure screen time is quality time with documentary films that teach kids about marine debris and ocean conservation. Here are a few of our favourites. 1. A Plastic Ocean A Plastic Ocean documents what happens to plastic products after they’re thrown “away.” As the filmmakers discover, there is no away. …read more […]

Top 10 PADI Blog Posts of All Time

By Megan Denny The PADI® blog has hundreds of articles, and we thought it would be fun to share which are the most popular. Here are the top 10 (so far) based on the total number of views by PADI Divers. 5 Facts About the Sea Bunny Slug The Sea Bunny Slug, a …read more […]

Get Involved with Coral Restoration

By Ocean Allison As divers and ocean-lovers, we are well aware that the health of coral reefs is declining globally due to a wide variety of threats – from rising ocean temperatures, to overfishing, and pollution. In order to give corals, the reefs they form, and the organisms that rely on them, a …read more […]

Diving off the beaten track in Hawaii: the lava tubes of the Kohala Coast

By Florine If I had a single piece of advice about how to make a trip unique and unforgettable, it would be: wander and don’t be afraid to get lost on the way. As much as you can, try to include time in your itinerary to explore places not rated on your …read more Source:: […]

5 Important Reasons to Take the PADI Rescue Diver Course

By Brooke McConnell As divers, we all chose to experience life underwater by learning to dive. After getting scuba certified, some of us then decided to expand upon our open water skills (and maybe we also wanted to go a little deeper underwater too) by taking the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course. …read more […]

The Top Dive Destinations for Traveling With a Nondiver

By Guest Blogger Shipwrecks, reefs, whale sharks and beautifully colored fish. There’s so much to focus on when you’re diving. Scuba divers have a habit of focusing exclusively on those features when they travel. But many spouses and other travel mates may be more interested in what they can see above sea level …read more […]

Become a Deep Diver in Hawaii

By Ocean Allison If you’re a diver that just can’t seem to get enough of the ocean, earning the PADI Deep Diver Specialty Certification might be the perfect next step in your scuba diving journey. As the urge to descend to deeper depths of the wondrous big blue increases, this course will help …read more […]

Family Scuba Diving Trips Are More Popular Than Ever in 2019

By Megan Denny An increasing number of families are investing in experiences instead of material things. Toys and gadgets are eventually forgotten, and clothes fall apart or go out of style, but memories of a shared family adventure last a lifetime. While some families spend half their vacation waiting in line at an …read more […]

Mission Blue Hope Spot: Emperor Seamount Chain

By Ocean Allison Dr. Sylvia Earle, legendary oceanographer, and her team at Mission Blue are igniting public support for a global network of marine protected areas – working to inspire the world to explore and protect the ocean. As part of these efforts, Mission Blue has designated the Emperor Seamount Chain as a …read more […]

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