With lofty green mountaintops above and plunging coral canyons below, St Lucia’s Anse Chastanet is surrounded on all sides by iconic natural beauty. Here are the top-three reasons why Anse Chastanet is one of the world's best diving resorts.
Diving Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is atop many divers’ bucket lists. On a Taka Dive Adventures trip, you can finally check it off. Taka has been operating live-aboard dive trips for more than 18 years to some of Australia’s most remote, untouched reefs. Here are the top 3 reasons to dive with Taka, one of the world's best diving liveaboards.
As some of the most hospitable people in the world, Fijian locals are renowned for hosting massive feasts. But scuba divers will discover Fiji’s biggest banquet is located underwater. With 330 islands embraced by brilliant coral reefs teeming with marine life, Fiji offers a smorgasbord of the world's best diving. Here are three of the most popular items on Fiji’s menu of diving delights. To learn more about everything Fiji has to offer, click here.
Irikonji Dive Shorts offer a unique alternative to hard-to-reach BC pockets or dangling D-rings. The shorts can be worn alone, or slipped over a wetsuit or drysuit. Five self-draining cargo pockets are fitted with oversized hook-and-loop closures that are reversed to prevent snagging on wetsuits, while sewn-in internal D-rings provide additional security. An anti-chafe liner provides comfort when worn wet or dry. The tight-weave fabric is water and dirt repellant, making the shorts equally well suited for topside use.
This suit uses Metalite-coated neoprene to “reflect” warmth back to the body and increase heat retention, while shedding water quickly to help protect against wind chill when you’re back on shore. In fact, test divers said this wetsuit feels more like a 3-mil no matter where you are.