Posts Tagged ‘diving’
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Dive Gear Guide: Regulator Reviews

Welcome to the 2nd in our series of Dive Gear Guides. In this article I’ll be taking a look at a range of regulators on the market. From high end to low cost I’ll be highlighting something suitable for every diver’s budge...


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Dive Gear Guide: Choosing A Regulator

The first in our series of Dive Gear Guides, this article covers how to select a regulator that best suits your needs as a recreational diver. Ranging in price, from a couple of hundred dollars to over a thousand, there are a r...



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Exploring The Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve

The Poor Knights Islands are the remnants of a 4 million year old rhyolitic volcano. Sitting at the edge of the continental shelf, the islands are a heaven for marine life and offer intrepid explorers the chance to discover an ...


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Beyond Imagination: Palau

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 esides my fingers, I could hardly see anything in the murky, emerald water, but I swam on into the darkness, armed with nothing more than my snorkeling mask and fins. My ...



Diving, Surfing, and Hiking: Top 5 Adventures in Barbados

Barbados is a small county that lies in the Caribbean just northeast of the South American country, Venezuela. As a famous tourist destination, it is a popular country for water sports because it is surrounded by just that; pro...


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Diving With Sharks In Australia – No Cage Required

I can see them circling in the inky waters below, shadows loitering beneath me as I descend. My heart is pounding in my chest, beating to an unrecognizable rhythm. Cold oxygen pours into my mouth as I inhale short shallow breat...



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Working Around the World as a Divemaster – Part 2: Getting Certified

In part one of this series I highlighted how the Divemaster qualification can provide employment opportunities all over the world, help you replenish your RTW travel fund, and allow you to explore some of the most pristine envi...


Working Around the World As A Divemaster – Part I

Want to travel long term but don’t want to do a nine-to-five job? Adapting to your new surroundings and taking on varied roles are often the best way to secure short term paid employment as you explore the world. There ar...