Together they've traveled more than 96,500 kilometres/60,000 miles across four continents and now they’re planning to scuba dive in Borneo with PADI Diving Society! Join The Lost Girls and avid PADI Divers -- Jennifer Baggett, Holly Corbett and Amanda Pressner -- as they discover the exotic wonders of Malaysia’s Borneo and the magical islands of Mabul and Sipadan.
Media pros Baggett, Corbett and Pressner left it all behind to travel the globe searching for inspiration, discovery and adventure -- and then, with the support of HarperCollins Publishing, spun their tales into the travel memoir, The Lost Girls: Three Friends. Four Continents. One Unconventional Detour Around the World.
While the trio is now back in New York, USA, the travel bug has permanently left its mark and the girls continue to actively travel and write for major publications. On assignment for TravelChannel.com while in Borneo, the girls plan to capture their Society adventure on video and post it at the Travel Channel’s website. With so many travel opportunities to choose from, the PADI Diving Society is thrilled that the girls have agreed to take time out to experience a scuba diving adventure like no other.
Hosted by Borneo Divers, Society’s Ocean Safari: Borneo event will take scuba divers on an exotic quest to explore some of the world’s most pristine reefs off the island of Mabul and its marine protected sister island, Sipadan. Join The Lost Girls, Sport Diver magazine, PADI Diving Society staff and fellow divers for a magical week that is sure to change your life. For more information visit padi.com/borneo.