We pride ourselves on our unparalleled knowledge of the
destinations we send our clients to and what better way to tell you
all about our trips than with a blog! To gain a full insight into
what our team and fellow Original travel holiday makers really
thought about diving in Australia, read what they have to say in
our travel blogs:
My diving journey started on my gap year around Thailand,
Australia and Fiji
where I completed my PADI Open Water and Advanced on Koh Tao. I
remember my first experience well, from the brief panic that I was
breathing underwater to the realisation that there was a whole new
world to discover. On my travels, I completed a few fun dives in
Australia diving the Whitsundays and the
Barrier Reef. I still kick myself to this day that I didn't
dive in Fiji… one day!
Night diving is a must for any diver wishing to experience all
the thrills that you can gain underwater. There is, however, a way
to take it to even more extremes that will have you amazed at the
sheer beauty the underwater world can bring.
As we head towards the middle third of 2014, we think it's time
to add more boxes to tick on your scuba diving bucket list of dive
sites or just give you some inspiration for your future diving
trips. Just five to start with but feel free to get in touch with
us as we have got plenty more!
Like most people, I like to start a new year with New Year's
resolutions. This year I won't be eating less, getting fitter or
drinking less, I will be trying to set the record straight about
some scuba diving myths that have been around for far too long.
Tim Simond, author of Dive in Style,
presents his top 10 beaches worldwide. Not only are they stunning
but all sit next to world-class diving so you can spend your
mornings in the depths and your afternoons on the sand.
Most of us are familiar with the television programmes exploring
the deep blue sea and unearthing strange, often sometimes alien
like marine animals such as anglerfish or the deep sea squid. What
most of us don't know however is that you don't have to be part of
a BBC research team to get up close and personal with these weird
and wonderful creatures. All you need to do is dive (or even
snorkel!) Here we take a look at some of the strangest marine
animals out there and where you can go to find them.
In this blog, part of a series by Dive in Style author
Tim Simond, he
presents his top five destinations where people can experience
world-class diving at the same time as staying in some of the
world's most stylish hotels.