Costa Rica

humpback whale and calf

By Lizzie
On: 1st November, 2018

The Treasure Islands

  • Socorro Island
  • Mexico
  • Cocos Island
  • Costa Rica
  • Ecuador & the Galapagos

What if we told you that Treasure Island was real? That hidden in the remote corners of the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean lies an immense and intoxicating treasure trove. Okay, so there might not be booty but what those fabled buccaneers (read: we) did encounter was much, much better.…

diving off the grid

By Lizzie
On: 3rd May, 2018

Get Off The Grid

  • Costa Rica
  • Komodo
  • Chuuk Lagoon
  • Southern Red Sea
  • St Vincent & The Grenadines
  • Fiji
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Pemba Island

Are you a slave to your smartphone? Can't get through a meal without checking your emails? Fingers twitch if you're not scouring through social media? We're sorry to tell you, but you're addicted to the internet. Luckily for you, we've got the remedy. Whether setting sail to new horizons or…

Luxury Autumn Escapes in Latin America

By Lizzie
On: 19th September, 2017

Top Five Autumn Diving Escapes

  • Northern Mozambique & Quirimbas Archipelago
  • Gozo
  • Oman
  • Indonesia
  • Costa Rica

As summer waves goodbye and autumn knocks on the door, one question keeps popping to mind - how can we extend our sunshine hours? Jet off on a luxury diving holiday, of course. So we've complied our top five Autumn escapes for you to plan your next vitamin D hit. Enjoy.

Green Turtle Swimming
Image of Louisa Fisher

By Louisa
On: 10th September, 2013

When and Where to see our Marine Life Top 5

  • Australia
  • Bahamas
  • Caribbean
  • Costa Rica
  • French Polynesia
  • Mafia Island
  • Ningaloo Reef
  • Philippines
  • Rangiroa
  • Sipadan

Search no more! In this blog, Louisa talks about the best locations to find our top five marine animals:

Hammerhead Shark
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By Louisa
On: 20th April, 2012

Animal Encounters: Diving with Hammerhead Sharks

  • Belize
  • Costa Rica
  • Malaysia
  • Komodo
  • Galapagos Archipelago

There is no mistaking how the hammerhead shark got its name: the head is flattened and extends outwards into the shape of a hammer, known as a cephalofoil. They appear so otherworldly since the head seems completely out of place on a fish with such a streamlined body.