Join Steve Philbrook as we head to Cozumel! This destination is definitely the biggest bang for your buck in the Caribbean! From topside to bottom-side, it’s hard to beat the Cozumel experience! Known for its relaxing drift dives and consistently clear water, Cozumel has been a favorite Caribbean dive destination for years! The island offers […]
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Join Erik Payeur as he ventures back to Cozumel! This destination is definitely the biggest bang for your buck in the Caribbean! From topside to bottom-side, it’s hard to beat the Cozumel experience! Cozumel has been a favorite Caribbean dive destination for years! Known for its relaxing drift diving and consistently clear water – Cozumel […]
Join Jolene Philbrook & Jamie Sledd on this ALL WOMEN”S trip to Cozumel! Yes Cozumel is open and the reefs are better than ever!!
Have you ever wondered if Group Dive Travel is for you? Maybe you have some preconceived notions that prevent you from taking a trip with a bunch of “strangers”! Just know that you aren’t alone! We know it can feel risky!
There are many destinations that offer shark dive/shark feeds however, none of them are like “The Cathedral” in Beqa Lagoon Fiji!! The interactions here are unlike anywhere else in the world! Tiger sharks, tiger sharks, and more tiger sharks!
Do you want to try something different on your next dive trip? Or maybe you’re a photographer that wants to photograph something you have never seen before? How about trying “Black Water” diving?
Meet the Olympus TG-5. The secret weapon that is easy to use for great underwater macro video!
Bonaire’s sea abounds with beautiful marine life and a fascinating variety of multi-colored tropical fish, there is lots to see while diving in Bonaire.
Join Jamie Sledd & Jolene Philbrook for their annual “Women’s Only” trip to beautiful Bonaire!
Join Erik Payeur on this amazing adventure diving the sunken WWII shipwrecks from the Japanese Imperial Navy in Truk (Chuuk) Lagoon