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Top 100 Dive Sites on Earth: Part 4

GO EXPLORE! Wondering where to go for your next diving trip? We have done the research for you and compiled a list of the top 100 dive sites on Earth. Deciding where to go first, now that’s up to you. (Part 4)   Layang Layang (near Borneo) Malaysia Layang Layang is a little jewel in the South China Sea. It is an […]

Advanced Open Water Winter Special

Complete your Advanced Open Water certification in Umkomaas. Free transport if you upgrade your course. It’s getting cold here in Gauteng and the forecast looks bleak. This is the time of year those of us who live in the water just want to push through until we can enjoy the tranquil South African summers once more. […]

Open Water Winter Special

Complete your Open Water certification in Mozambique. Free transport if you upgrade your course. It’s getting cold here in Gauteng and the forecast looks bleak. This is the time of year those of us who live in the water just want to push through until we can enjoy the tranquil South African summers once more. Do […]

Top 100 Dive Sites on Earth: Part 3

GO EXPLORE! Wondering where to go for your next diving trip? We have done the research for you and compiled a list of the top 100 dive sites on Earth. Deciding where to go first, now that’s up to you. (Part 3)   Madeira Island, Portugal Madeira Island is an archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean below Portugal. It hosts a UNESCO World Heritage site, a couple of marine parks and won […]

Sea Turtles in South African Waters

The majestic creatures we all strive to see.   Did you know that there are only seven species of sea turtles in the Earth’s seas? If you live to see a turtle on a dive you’ll be pleased to know that five of these seven species of turtles can be found in waters surrounding South […]

Trip Alert! Aliwal Shoal, Umkomaas (8 – 11 August 2019)

Umkomaas is an ideal destination for divers. It is home to the Aliwal Shoal which has become synonymous with shark diving opportunities. This area is in the path of the annual Humpback Whale migration when they travel north give birth. August is the time of year when the sardine run dissipates and the whales get ready to […]