I have nice dive with divers world Hurghada diving center
I did with them many nice dives at boat daily trip
They show me nice dive site and nice location and
We deserve nice fish and nice thing
I want to thank therm for this nice experience
Thanks a lot divers world team
I'm going to La paz in jan-feb. I wants to dive with the hammerheads. Is it a good spot for it, I mean is there a good chance or are they actually rare there?
Has anyone chartered a (private/fisher) boat for a full daytrip to go snorkeling with the whale sharks and sea lions in LaPaz Mexico and can recommend operators?
My name is John I am 67 my wife is Joanna (64), we are both experienced and qualified divers (and still basically fit), Dived at Red sea, Maldives, Seychelles, Cape town.
We have not dived for more than a year and have never dived at Mossel bay.
We would like to get back into it, we live in Oudtshoorn.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
John and Jo
We are planning a 2 week break with 5 days of diving in the first half of December 2018. Still flexible on location but want to relax and avoid full-moon parties and packaged tourism.
I have read Kao Tao is good but not sure about the weather. Khao Lak seems good but you need to do a liveboard. How about Kao Lanta? Anyone has been to Koh Rong Samloem in Cambodia or Con Son in Vietnam?
Any other tips?
I was wondering what the odds to encounter tiger sharks and hammerheads in high season are?
i have been looking around at places to dive with blue whales. It is impossible to swim with whales in the united states. I like the sound of going to india, but is it still legal to dive with the blue whales... i heard there was a government ban 10 months ago.
NWP dive site is spectacular for freediving as it has the most amazing clear water, visibility and marine life ranging from turtles, barracudas, moray eels, eagle rays, rays and reef sharks. Top of the wall lies in about 45 feet and drops down to 7000 feet.
The entire reef stops at around 15-17m, and the remainder of the deeper parts did not look particularly
interesting, so it looks like a perfect reef for house reef divers to start or finish their diving on, and
perfect for Snorkeling also. For the most part it is very healthy-looking and abundant with life, and we
were impressed by how little rubbish there was on the reef considering the building work ongoing. We
hope that it remains this way during the rest of the building for the ongoing year.
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