Diving in the Maldives
The difference between the underwater world of the Red Sea and the fauna in the Maldives: in the Red Sea more colorful corals (in the Maldives corals suffered from a…

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Malaysia
Which of the divers does not know this cherished "mantra": "Sipadan, Mabul, Kapalai" ?! This is the Mecca of diving tourism since the days of Cousteau! True, the popularity of…

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Diving in the Galapagos Islands
Despite the unique conditions for diving, created by nature itself, the tourist infrastructure of the islands is poorly developed. There are no large coastal bases for diving, as well as…

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Simple solutions

To plunge into the underwater world with your head, of course, you must undergo at least a minimum course. But getting an idea of ​​what it is can be much easier. Diving into the underwater reality without a course of study is called “introdive” (literally – “introductory diving”). A beginner tourist will be shown a training film at the diving center, read a briefing, put on a wetsuit, give them a chance to try to dive in the pool, and, finally, they will spend (perhaps even by the hand) along a simple route. Continue reading

Sharks, weddings and the Deep Sea - more than diving
For fifteen years of amateur diving in Russia, scuba diving has long ceased to be an exclusive sport. Favorite by the easily accessible beauty of the Red Sea, Egypt became…

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Diving in mauritius
Today, there are about thirty dive centers registered in Mauritius Scuba Diving Association (MSDA) in Mauritius. Most of them are located in the center of large resorts, as well as…

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Indonesia
In Indonesia, you can perfectly combine a beach holiday with the study of colorful coral reefs - and divers, and lovers of "maskoplavaniya." For example, a beach holiday and a…

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Diving in french polynesia
Each "tourist" island of French Polynesia has its own "chips" in terms of diving and will be of interest not only for beginners, but also experienced divers. The local dive…

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