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Lizard Island has announced details and dates for its Reef Expedition experiences for 2019 offering guests access to normally unseen snorkelling areas around the island and exclusive areas of the Great Barrier Reef. The four-night Reef Expedition program features a raft of extraordinary adventures of the World Heritage-listed reef, with the Lizard Island luxury lodge […]

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A rush of scuba divers from around Australia is expected to begin exploring the underwater wonderland created by the ex-HMAS Tobruk after the launch of commercial operations on February 25. The ship is resting on her starboard quarter about 25 nautical miles from Hervey Bay in 28 metres of water and it will be an […]

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Located in the heart of the coral triangle, Papua New Guinea offers some of the worlds best diving. There are two locations in particular that stand out, for their remoteness and sheer diversity of marine life, and that is Kimbe Bay and Kavieng. Picture yourself diving into crystal clear water with huge reef pinnacles rising […]

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Travellers looking to go diving, kayaking, surfing and more in the Solomon Islands can now access greater information and deals with a new website. Underlining its more than three decades experience selling travel to the Solomon Islands, Dive Adventures’ sister company Island Adventures has harnessed the knowledge to release a comprehensive guide to the destination […]

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Whether you are an experienced diver or just starting out, COSMIQ+ dive watch will appeal to divers of all skill levels. With modes for freediving, recreational and technical diving, it is so easy to use and covers all your snorkelling and diving activities. Forget recording your logs in a divebook too, with just a push […]

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AccorHotels’ first and only Fairmont Resort in the Maldives launches the world’s first semi-submerged art gallery, created by renowned underwater naturalist and artist Jason deCaires Taylor. Situated around the pristine atoll where Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi is the sole hotel, the sculpture Coralarium is a semi-submerged tidal gallery space that exhibits a series of […]

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About a thousand years ago settlers who otherwise would have been Venezuelan ended up taking a small canoe just a short trip offshore to a tiny island which would come to be known as “Bonaire.” This island, like its neighbours, make up the long chain of land masses between North and South America which most […]

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When you arrive in Curaçao, the first thing you’ll notice is that you think you’ve found Europe. This, as it was to travellers of old, could be a bit of a confusing thing, especially if you’ve spent top-dollar to travel across the world and get away from it all. But that’s where the comparison ends […]

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Aruba, for those in North America, is quite possibly the most famous member of the Kingdom of the Netherlands yet, at the same time, not many people view it this way. For most, it’s a calm, tropical getaway within arm’s reach of vacationers from Maine in the United states all the way to the furthest […]

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Dive season has officially reopened at Tanjong Jara Resort, providing access to some of the finest diving and snorkelling in the world. Every year from March to October, the deep waters of the Terengganu Marine Park come to life, offering a perfect window onto the untouched coral gardens and rare species of marine life. With […]

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