Monthly Archives: November 2010

Five Essential Scuba Dives In South America

The Galapagos The Galapagos Islands, located 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, are on the ‘to dive’ list of any globetrotting diver worth their weight in seashells. We all learned that Charles Darwin’s 1835 visit culminated in ‘The Origin … Continue reading

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Nine of the World’s Top Wall Dives

Some will tell you that great wall scuba diving resembles visiting an art museum (except much, much more interactive). It makes sense! After all, wall scuba diving involves moving past sheer vertical walls that are “painted” with vibrant patches of … Continue reading

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Most Popular Wall Scuba Dives in Cozumel, Mexico

You could credit famed oceanographer Jacques Cousteau for unveiling the breathtaking beauty of scuba diving in Cozumel, Mexico–after all, his 1961 documentary introduced this incredible place to the world. Cousteau’s footage of Cozumel’s spectacular seascape needed no narration. To this … Continue reading

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Ten Awesome Lake and Quarry Diving Destinations Around the World

If you’ve only enjoyed scuba diving in the ocean, there’s a brave new world waiting for you inland. Yes, you read that correctly: some of the world’s most fascinating scuba diving occurs above sea level. You might not spend your … Continue reading

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Island Scuba Diving Adventures in India

Scuba diving is a popular tourist activity in the waters surrounding India, and it’s no wonder why. After all, India’s coastline wraps around 270 degrees of the country, swathing the landmass in the Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean, and Bay of … Continue reading

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Essential Fitness Tips For Scuba Divers

It’s not an Olympic sport, but don’t be fooled: scuba diving is an energy-intense activity that involves a powerful balance of motor coordination, strength and endurance to enjoy to the fullest. Great scuba divers maintain a certain level of fitness … Continue reading

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The Five Best Scuba Dives in Chetumal, Mexico

Scuba Diving in Chetumal, Quintana Roo: Surrealism for an Expatriate Chetumal, Quintana Roo is a city of lush landscapes and buzzing nightlife, situated on the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Its diverse population of nearly 150,000 consists mainly of … Continue reading

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