Micronesia - a must-see place for any self-respecting diver
Micronesia is a must-see place for any self-respecting diver. This is exactly the case when it is not impossible to do without a combined tour, but, in general, it is…

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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…

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the principles

Diving in Tunisia

Immerse yourself in the cool waters of the Mediterranean in the immediate vicinity of the once destroyed Carthage, admire the beauty of North Africa’s largest coral reef, walk, or rather, sail in the footsteps of Jacques-Yves Cousteau in search of Roman vessels loaded with artifacts, explore the underwater remains of World War II – everything A lover of underwater beauty who has decided to go diving in Tunisia can experience this. Although Tunisia is not among the world’s top ten must-dive destinations, however, the available underwater sights are quite enough to captivate a novice and not very demanding diver. Continue reading

Diving in mozambique

In Mozambique, fascinating diving – and that says it all. Here you can swim with dolphins, whales and sharks, see barracuda and marlin, as well as hundreds of species of exotic fish.

The country’s climate has two distinct seasons – dry and wet (from October to March). In the latter case, tropical storms and cyclones will not let diving enjoy. The water temperature is usually kept at +24 ° C. Continue reading

Diving in Kenya

Perhaps the main advantage of diving in Kenya is the opportunity to combine diving with a magnificent land safari, deep-sea fishing and a luxurious beach holiday. It is best to dive from January to March, when underwater visibility exceeds 20 meters. Napoleon guban, giant moray eels, sea turtles, grouper, dolphins, whitefin sharks and a great variety of colorful tropical fish swim here in large numbers to delight divers. Continue reading

How not to blunder on diving
In the previous parts of the epic narration of Veronica Birman (which is already fit to publish a separate book), you not only learned the basics of diving tourism, but…

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Top Sipadan Dive Sites
Before any, even the most short-term journey, it is useful to check your geographical knowledge. For example, to find on a world map that hangs in every decent Russian office,…

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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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"Team building and games"
Underwater space and scuba give a person a rare “third degree of freedom” - the ability to easily move in any direction. This opens up new opportunities for a variety…

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