Scuba Diving/Snorkelling

Red Sea Diving: Awesome and Easy in Dahab, Egypt

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Desert meets ocean in Dahab. Photo credit: Igor Klisov

The Red Sea resort town of Dahab is a wonderfully chilled-out spot on Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. Its clear water teem with fish and coral, making it one of the world’s premier scuba diving destinations. Dahab, and its glitzier neighbour, Sharm el Sheikh, have long attracted experienced divers to incredible wrecks, deep blue holes, and sites filled with large pelagics. But, Red Sea diving isn’t just for experts. Dahab also has plenty to keep the novice diver happy, safe, and bubbling for more. Continue reading

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Indonesia’s Bunaken Cha Cha: Top-Notch Family Friendly Diving

Beautiful Bunaken Island, Indonesia—Caroline Helbig

Beautiful Bunaken Island, Indonesia—Caroline Helbig

Tucked away on remote Bunaken Island, off the northern tip of Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island, lies the small, intimate Bunaken Cha Cha Nature Resort. The warm, clear waters around the resort are part of Bunaken National Marine Park, one of the world’s richest aquatic ecosystems and finest diving destinations. Many resorts on Bunaken and nearby Manado cater to the hard-core diver. Bunaken Cha Cha offers a top-notch diving program for all levels, and welcomes families and non-divers. Continue reading

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