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Scuba.com offers detailed first-hand scuba diving travel reports from all over the world. Click the links below for more information on the diving in each of the areas. These travel reports discuss everything from the dive sites to things to see when you're not diving and much more.

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St Lucias very best diving is the Anse Chastanet resort

St. Lucia’s exclusive Anse Chastanet Resort

At the heart of St Lucia’s very best diving is the Anse Chastanet resort. The entire region is surrounded by a marine reserve (SMMA) which was established in 1995. This location offers unbelievable beach and boat diving for the traveling diver. Click here to read full article.

 

Bunaken Indonesia Travel Report

Bunaken, Indonesia

“Muka,” a +2600-foot wall off of the northern tip of Sulawesi, has almost all you could hope for in a dive—from the very tiny to the substantial, from the flora to the fauna. What’s more, Muka’s extraordinary beauty will likely be around for a long time, unlike other tropical dive spots that are threatened by underwater blasting, cyanide fishing and mangrove cutting. Click here to read full article.

 

tortola bvi travel report

Tortola, BVI

Tortola is a small Carribean island located 60 miles east of Puerto Rico.  This island hosts the capitol of the British Virgin Islands (BVI), a territory of Britain, and is one of 50 small islands in the area most of which aren’t inhabited.  It is a relaxing and informal island where vacationers are very welcomed by the locals, who are known as “belongers.”  The highlight of the BVI is sightseeing, diving, snorkeling, and sailing.  Click here to read full article

 

galapagos islands travel report

Galapagos Islands

I have been diving since the late sixties, and the one thing that has keep me diving is the inherent sense of adventure and the lure of the unknown that it provides. No matter how many times I dive the same place, I never know what I might see or what adventure I might have. There is also the commerodary among divers. Some of my best friends are students of mine or people I've met while on dive trips. It's these things that draw me to such exotic dive destinations like the Galapagos Islands, 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador. Click here to read full article

 

bonaire travel report

Bonaire

Warm tropical waters, hundreds of species of fish, pristine corals; its no wonder that Bonaire is known as a diving paradise. Located 50 miles north of Venezuela in the Caribbean, Bonaire is part of the ABC Islands (Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao). Most of Bonaire’s western coast line is flat and protected with easy access to the water, which makes it easy to find a spot to pull off the road, grab your gear and get in. Click here to read full article