In the beginning of February i had the opportunity to dive Mozambique. If you like to dive with Oceanic Mantas, or snorkel with Whalesharks this is the place to be. We even spotted the small eye sting ray, the biggest sting ray in the world. I love it there.
I was diving with liquid dive adventures
In the beginning of January, even it was rainy season, i had some beautiful dives around the Gilis. I stayed at Gili Air and i was diving Deep Turbo, Shark point, Sunset Reef, Kencinang, Hans Reef and the Bounty wreck.
Even the Gilis are not recommended for fun divers it didnt disapointed me. There so much marine life.
I was diving with Oceans 5 Gili Air
Hi. We will be in Tulum in June. I have seen a lot of comments about Cenote diving in the area but not many regarding reef diving. I presume that is because the Cenote diving is so unique to this area of Mexico and not for lack of good reef diving. Comments?
we would like to welcome you in our new diving center Circle Divers sharm El Sheikh, and to show you the Magnificent of the Red Sea.
My fiancé and i are planning on visiting El Nido, Philippines next January and One of the main reasons were going is to see the whale sharks. How likely will we see whale sharks during the months of January and/or February?
Read somewhere that since Chinese New Year was early this year and the monsoon season follows the lunar year it is possible the diving season may start earlier
We just did some amazing dives with the crew from La Palma Diving. As our hotel (La Palma Princess) is in the south, far away from the Dive Center, they did even pick us up and take us diving in Malpique. Conditions were fine, very good visibility, spotted an eagle ray at the drop-off, lots of moray eels, and the crosses - impressing. Would always recommend to dive with them, very friendly and professional - thans to Oli and the other girl!
Yes, there was many things to see underwater (rays, turtles, a lot of my favorite: the porcupine fish, etc) but the visibility was definitely awful, even worse in snorkeling (like 1 or 2 meters maximum on some beaches).
At some point, we even lost the divemaster (which was always in a hurry) at the end of our last dive.
Maybe we were unlucky, I don't know, but it was really disappointing.
WE are renting a house "Casa Dena" just north of Tulsayab. Wondering if the water in the 2 bays right there is good for shore dives?
Is diving/snorkelling completely out of the question in the Perhentians in March?
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