Malaysia’s friendly locals, vibrant culture, endless beaches and incredible diving make it a must visit country on any South East Asian travel itinerary. Divers are drawn to the vibrant coral reefs which offer impressive marine life sightings and a selection of excellent wreck dives. Malaysia is home to an array of world-class dive sites which...
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Written by Marcie Doss As a young girl, I dreamed of becoming a mermaid. I have always loved the ocean-everything about it: the sun, the sand, the fish, the coral. I became a certified diver at the age of 14, the youngest PADI would allow at the time. As I got older, I was also...
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The Cornish coastline is defined by beautiful beaches, striking granite topography, and breathtaking views. Influenced by the Gulf Stream, the region enjoys some of the warmest weather and waters in the UK and a spectacular diversity of dive sites — from highly decorated walls and magical kelp forests, to mysterious shipwrecks and thriving gullies. There’s...
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Home to the UK’s highest mountain, nearly 1,000 islands, and the Loch Ness monster, Scotland’s wild and diverse landscapes are unforgettable above and below the surface. Here are a few Scottish highlights that you’ll want to add to your scuba wish-list: Scapa Flow, Orkney Islands Scapa Flow is one of the world’s most famous wreck...
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Guest article written and all photos provided by Molly Basterfield. Picturesque palms emerge from pristine white sand, and turtles lap up the waves around the shore. After 21 days at sea, we had stumbled upon this abandoned speck of paradise- Kalanggaman Island in the Philippines. For the first time in weeks, I enjoyed the feeling...
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