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Louisa Fisher

By Lizzie
On: 20th September, 2019

She’s an A-Lister

  • Socorro Island
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Egypt
  • Mafia Island
  • Raja Ampat
  • Ubud & Central Bali
  • Maldives

Excuse us for a moment of unabashed self-promotion, but we're delighted to share that our Head of Diving, Louisa Fisher, has been named one of Travel & Leisure's A-List advisers. We pride ourselves on our unparalleled knowledge of diving destinations across the globe and, having…

solomon islands wreck

By Lizzie
On: 10th September, 2019

Winter Escapes

  • The Outer Atolls
  • Oman
  • Tanzania
  • Seychelles
  • Maldives
  • Philippines
  • Raja Ampat
  • Palau
  • Solomon Islands

Summer may be nearing its end, but a spot of winter sun always provides a beacon of hope once the nights draw in. And this winter's going to be a corker, from swimming with whale sharks in Tanzania to being seduced by the songs of humpback whales in Oman, mingling with mantas in the Maldives…

giant clam raja ampat
Woman looking at Computer

By Guest blogger
On: 30th August, 2019

Top Five Sustainable Resorts

  • Raja Ampat
  • Maldives
  • Palawan
  • Oman
  • Seychelles

From ghost nets (discarded fishing nets that continue to catch fish and other animals) and plastic pollution to global warming and overfishing, the ocean is (understatement alert) going through a pretty tough time. Thankfully, many of the resorts we work with are championing conservation…

By Lizzie
On: 1st August, 2019

The Top 11 Dive Sites For Shark Diving

  • Cocos Island
  • Galapagos Archipelago
  • Grand Bahama
  • Malapascua
  • Guadalupe
  • Beqa Lagoon
  • Rangiroa
  • Socorro Island
  • The Azores
  • Maldives
  • Mafia Island

Did you know that sharks have been around for more than 400 million years? Not only do they pre-date humans but also dinosaurs, making them some of the oldest living creatures to patrol our planet. Despite this, over 100 million sharks are killed each year by human activity, from bycatch to…

Woman looking at Computer

By Guest blogger
On: 18th July, 2019

Responsible Tourism in the Maldives

  • Maldives

One of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world, the Maldives continues to entice with its signature low lying islands (the highest natural point is two-and-a-half metres above sea level), coral reefs, mangrove forests and seagrasses, yet these sensitive habitats sadly also bring this…

wave close up
Woman looking at Computer

By Guest blogger
On: 5th June, 2019

World Oceans Day

  • Palau
  • Maldives

"No water, no life. No blue, no green." - Sylvia Earle

Humpback whale

By Emily
On: 22nd April, 2019

Earth Day

  • Maldives
  • Raja Ampat
  • Seychelles
  • Bahamas
  • Palau

Monday 22nd April marked Earth Day, and while we're not about to hop aboard our 100% biodegradable soap box and start preaching some sort of eco-warrior manifesto (we'll leave that to the London protesters… are they still glued to that bus?!), we are committed to helping our clients travel…

anemone fish

By Lizzie
On: 3rd April, 2019

Hot Off The Press

  • Papua New Guinea
  • Cocos Island
  • Indonesia
  • Mexico
  • Baja California
  • Maldives

We've cracked hundreds of fortune cookies, consulted the stars and searched far and wide for Doc Brown (of Back to the Future fame), yet still can't predict the next few months for Britain (or this week's lottery numbers). We can, however, give you the inside track on the latest new…

whale shark ningaloo reef

By Lizzie
On: 22nd March, 2019

Top 6 Places to Dive and Snorkel with Whale Sharks

  • Ningaloo Reef
  • Mafia Island
  • Ecuador & the Galapagos
  • Mexico
  • Indonesia
  • Maldives

As the ocean's largest fish whale sharks are found in tropical seas around the planet, making for some pretty comfortable dive conditions - unusual when diving, or snorkelling, for some of the ocean's bigger beasts. Yet despite being one of the most recognisable marine creatures, these…

Hammerhead Shark

By Lizzie
On: 6th March, 2019

The World's Top 10 Dive Sites

  • Raja Ampat
  • Galapagos Archipelago
  • Rangiroa
  • Milne Bay
  • Maldives
  • Taveuni
  • Indonesia
  • The Azores
  • Cocos Island
  • Belize

The term 'bucket list' was first coined in 1941 by famous explorer John Goddard, who at the ripe old age of 15 listed everything he wanted to achieve in life. Since then, the concept has spread across the globe, evolving with each generation to include everything from milking a poisonous…