The Great Barrier Reef is not only on the UNESCO World Heritage list, but it is also one of the 7 Wonders of the natural world. Many divers, myself included, have it on their dive bucket list, and hope to go scuba diving on the reef one day. So, how can we help and make sure the Great Barrier Reef is still there and healthy when we make it to Australia for our bucket list dive?
5 Tips To Help Preserve Our Wrecks for the Future
While natural deterioration will inevitably take over, here are five tips on helping to preserve our favorite wrecks for as long as possible.
How to Start a Local Ban on Plastic Bags
The movement to ban plastic bags is quickly gaining ground, with California, Oregon and Hawaii banning them statewide, and the island of Bali following suit. But it’s not spreading fast enough. Here’s how to get your city or state to join in. Step One: Education The fight against plastic bags begins with knowledge about their...
9 Eco-Friendly Dive Centers and Resorts
These eco-resorts are committed to protecting and bettering the destinations that guests are traveling to see. We all want a dive holiday we can feel good about. It’s easy to achieve this when staying at resorts whose policies and infrastructure are designed to be as low impact as possible to help the local marine life...
Surprising Marine Animals Found in Indonesia
Indonesia is known for its phenomenal diving, breathtaking coral reefs and for having some of the world’s rarest and most unique marine species.