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shoal of fish scuba diving
Lizzie

By Lizzie
On: 23rd March, 2018

The Gift Of Time

  • Mexico
  • Socorro Island
  • Baja California
  • Belize
  • Bali
  • Northern Sulawesi
  • Wakatobi
  • Komodo
  • Australia
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Micronesia
  • Palau

Ever wish you could magic up a few extra days of holiday? Well, actually in May you can. And no, we're not suggesting there are now 375 days in the year or that we've secretly located the DeLorean from Back to the Future. With two Bank Holidays, if you take 14 days of holiday in between, you…

chasing coral indonesia
Lizzie

By Lizzie
On: 12th September, 2017

What We Learnt From Chasing Coral

  • Fiji
  • Maldives
  • Seychelles
  • Palau
  • Raja Ampat
  • Indonesia

Picture this: A kaleidoscope of colourful corals, from gargantuan brain corals to gently swaying fan corals. Schools of vibrant purple and yellow fairy basslets dance above whilst snakelike moray eels lurk in crevices. Rainbow coloured parrot fish peck away for algae below a giant goliath…

Divers with Coral Wall
Image of Louisa Fisher

By Louisa
On: 17th January, 2013

Types of Diving: Wall Diving

  • Belize
  • Malaysia
  • Mozambique
  • Palau
  • Sipadan

If you suffer from vertigo then it is probably best to stick to sloping reefs as opposed to drop-offs and walls, with some going down to 600m! But if heights are not an issue for you, wall diving can prove to be some of the most interesting and exciting diving you can do.

Island in Palau
Image of Tim Simond

By Tim
On: 24th April, 2011

Top Off-Season Diving Destinations

  • Egypt
  • Mexico
  • Mozambique
  • Palau
  • Maldives

Tim Simond, author of best-selling coffee table book Dive in Style, and founder of Dive in Style the tour operator, discussed the advantages of off-season diving and his top picks for where to go.

Brown and white frog fish, Indonesia
Image of Nick Newbury

By Nick
On: 23rd March, 2011

Marine Animals - Strangers of the Deep

  • Australia
  • Moyo Island
  • Palau
  • Philippines

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…