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

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

A serious threatening for shark populations The shocking number of sharks killed for their fins

Shark

It is hard to know for sure how many sharks are killed for their fins every year, but the estimations are at about 100 millions. That’s 11,416 sharks killed every hour, 3 sharks a second…The number of sharks killed each year is shocking in itself, but the way they are… Continue reading

Shark Diving in Grand Bahama Meet the sharks in Tiger Beach and create unique photos

Shark diving in Tiger Beach

There are few places in the world favored by shark divers as much as the area off of Grand Bahama known as Tiger Beach. And it is easy to see why – close interactions with tiger sharks, lemon sharks, Caribbean reef sharks, and nurse sharks are practically guaranteed; shallow depths… Continue reading

CUBA To the end of the world...and beyond!

Diving with crocodiles in Cuba

You can get the picture about how remote this place is, if I tell you that I’ve been traveling by car, plane, bus, and boat – for three whole days! It’s a hidden paradise for divers, underwater photographers, and especially, videographers. Decades of economical embargo, and political isolation, left this… Continue reading

Revillagigedo Archipelago The Mexican Galapagos

Manta Ray in Revillagigedo Archipelago

February 12, 2016…just a word echoes in our ears: Revillagigedo Archipelago. We are at the Rome Fiumicino Airport, looking forward for the 15-hour journey ahead of us to get to La Paz, Mexico. Time seems rowing against us, threatening to make us lose our connecting flight to Mexico City from… Continue reading