Diving Etiquette 101: Mingling with marine life
Diving Etiquette 101: Mingling with marine life

There is more to being a diver than just underwater exploration  and encountering different kinds of marine life. Proper diving etiquette is a fundamental part of diving which you can carry on throughout your diving life.  Keep in mind that you are just a guest when you venture into a marine ecosystem and as a…

Beginner’s guide to night diving in Cabo

If you find scuba diving at day-time fun and exciting, wait until you try night diving because descending in the cover of darkness presents you with a world unlike no other. It might come as a surprise to you that diving at a known location during the evening becomes a whole new experience as everything…

Snorkeling with the gentle giant of the sea

The 700-mile-long body of water of the Sea of Cortez encompasses the mainland Mexico and Baja California. This diverse sea is home to 900 varieties of fish and more than 2,000 species of marine invertebrates which makes it one of the richest bodies of water on the face of the earth. Aside from the myriad…

11 Tips for taking great underwater images

Underwater photography is rewarding and challenging at the same time.  The diversity of subjects under the sea is amazing and you will never get bored with the same kind of subjects.  Today you might be aiming your lens at a clownfish in a bed of anemone, a week later you might find yourself shooting at…

What we can learn from Thai cave rescue

How the cave dive rescue unfolded in Thailand In Thailand, a heroic rescue was done to help 12 young boys and their soccer coach who were trapped in a cave for nearly two weeks. On June 23, 2018, the Wild Boars football team together with their coach ventured in a cave during an excursion but…

Why divers keep coming back to Cabo Pulmo

Cabo Pulmo happens to be the only living coral reef on the western coast of North America which provides a safe refuge to numerous marine species. Back in the 80s, Cabo Pulmo suffered from commercial overfishing which caused havoc to its marine ecosystem. Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo came to its rescue before it was too…

Diving with rays and sharks at Gordo Banks

Situated 28 miles from Cabo San Lucas and just 10 miles from San Jose del Cabo, Gordo Banks is a great destination if you want to experience exciting blue water diving. The site is marked by different seamounts and two towering oceanic mountains with one of them peaking at 120 feet from the surface. The…

Best Scuba Diving Sites in Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas started out as a popular resort destination and now heralded as a prime scuba destination because of its natural reefs, rock formations, wall dives, underwater caves, and impressive marine biodiversity. Tourists can’t help but fall in love with Cabo’s natural beauty and unique sea-desert ecosystems. Diving havens Here are the locations to…

What to expect on your first scuba dive

Exploring nature’s underwater ecosystem opens your eyes to a world of new wonders and fascinating sights. For first-timers, scuba diving may inspire a mixture of excitement and tension as you venture into unfamiliar territory. It’s natural to feel a little jittery about descending into the underwater world but don’t let your doubts and fears rob…

Tips when buying your 1st scuba diving gear

When a diver falls in love with the underwater world, it doesn’t take long for him/her to consider investing in one’s own scuba diving gear.  It’s alright to rent dive equipment when you’re just starting out but when you become a certified diver and diving turns into a regular activity, it’s good to have a…