The Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort on Vanua Levu, Fiji, is as awesome as you think it is: stellar diving a boat ride away, luscious grounds, luxurious rooms, killer sunsets and the occasional visit from the man himself.
Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort
The islands of the Bahamas are a wide-angle paradise. Dolphins, goliath groupers, sea turtles and other hard-to-miss attractions regularly cruise up from the depths to feed in the shallows. For divers, this means encounters with big stuff on nearly every dive. Get a closer look at Bahamas big animals diving in the video below and check out more Bahamas diving videos at our Bahamas destination page.
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Enjoy the luxury accommodations that Compass Point Dive Resort offers, all oceanfront condominiums each being beautifully appointed with stylish island décor and fully equipped with all the comforts of home. On land, relax on the beach or in a hammock, have a BBQ or enjoy the crystal blue Caribbean Sea from your own private balcony. Package includes:7 nights studio accommodations6 days of 2-tank boat divesCar rental for length of stayHotel tax and service charges
All West is surrounded by the tropical hills, and is ideal for catching spectacular sunsets and gazing at the fantastic star filled skies. All West has twelve fully equipped apartments with ocean views, and the beach below the apartments is great for swimming, snorkeling and shore diving.Package includes:7 nights apartment accommodations5 days of 2-tank boat dives unlimited shore diving 7 days vehicle rental (excluding insurance)hotel tax, and service chargesValid through 12/31/13
From 15-22 February 2014, PADI Diving Society members are headed for an adventure in the Philippines to experience and explore the warm water, white sandy beaches and a rich and diverse culture and history.
We’re always looking for good things to read on our next dive-resort stay or live-aboard cruise. From wreck sagas to marine-life rescues to treasure-hunting adventures, here are five great books to bring along on your next scuba diving trip
In the Bahamas, you’ll find a Caribbean reef shark for every 100 yards of underwater habitat. And when feedings occur, sharks appear in droves, swimming increasingly tighter circles around the divers gathered in an arc on the sand.
The first underwater film, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, was shot in Nassau in 1915. Ever since, Holllywood producers have been returning to the Bahamas again and again for the same reason divers do — the spectacular visibility, incredible diversity and easy access.