The Magic of Anilao and Puerto Galera A must-have destination for underwater photography enthusiasts

In recent years, the Philippines have become a must-have destination for underwater photography enthusiasts, especially two now renowned locations: Anilao and Puerto Galera, which I visited several times during my travels. So, let’s find out the peculiarities of these places. It takes about 3 hour’s trip to reach Anilao from… Continue reading

Porto Julius A wonderful diving sites in Archaeological Submarine Park of Baia

Porto Julius is one of the diving sites that is part of the Archaeological Submarine Park of the Baia located in the city of Pozzuoli. The name comes from the originator, Giulio Cesare who was also a Roman General and Politician: and was completed by Marco Vipsanio Agrippa in 37… Continue reading

GALÁPAGOS by Josef Litt Launches at Amazon in the US and the UK

GALÁPAGOS, the new stunning book authored by Josef Litt offers a comprehensive picture of one of the most extraordinary places on our planet. Elements of history, science and personal travelogue packed with beautiful photography will take you on a dazzling journey through the magic archipelago. GALÁPAGOS uncovers fascinating behaviour of… Continue reading

New mosaics at Baia Archaeological Park Accessible from April 2018

New mosaics discovered in the seabed of the Underwater Archaeological Park of Baia. Officially presented by Superintendent Dr. Adele Campanelli during ArcheoCamp 2017, the round table that concluded the week of Underwater Archeology in the Phlegraean Fields, organized by Centro Sub Campi Flegrei. The new mosaics will be included into… Continue reading

Coron, a place of history The perfect place for divers to explore an important part of history

History The end of World War II was near. The Western Allies already entered Europe on the D-Day, and fought back Germany from occupied lands like France. But another member of the Axis, Japan, did not think to retrench. In opposite, between June and October 1944, they enforced the occupation… Continue reading

Similan Islands in Thailand A Piece of paradise for divers

Diving in Similan Islands Thailand

The Similan Islands are a group of nine islands located in southern Thailand, in the Andaman Sea. In 1982, this 128-square-kilometer area was declared a National Marine Park and it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Departing from Kao Lak, on the coast, you will reach them after 1:30… Continue reading

CMAS World Championship Report from the 16th CMASWorld Championship in Underwater Photography in La Paz, Mexico

16 th CMASWorld competition Wide Angle winner

The 16th CMAS World Championship in Underwater Photography was held in La Paz, Mexico from 22nd to 27th November.  35 photographers from nineteen countries and models competed for the medals in five categories – fish, close up seals, macro, wide angle without model and wide angle with model.  The image files were JPEG… Continue reading

Wreck Diving at Million Hope Mystery and magic for underwater photography enthusiasts

million hope wreck diving

Holidays have begun by now, and I’m here for the umpteenth consecutive year on Elena, the boat of the Sheikh Coast Diving Center in Sharm El Sheikh, in company of new and old friends, looking for a new adventure. The whole group welcomes the guides’ proposal and the boat is… Continue reading

False Bay – South Africa Diving in the gulf between the mountains

Water is still dripping from my partly undressed wetsuit. With my towel comfortably wrapped around my shoulders I can feel the heat of the African sun warming me up nicely. It’s a stunningly beautiful winter’s day in Cape Town and although there is a crispness to the air, I feel… Continue reading