If you’ve never heard of the Galapagos, or you have and you’d like to know why you should come dive the Galapagos, I’ve compiled the list of my top five reasons to do so. From penguins to schooling hammerheads, find out why you need to go to the Galapagos.
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During every night dive in Roatan, especially on a new moon, we stage a “lights out time”, during which the whole group kneels in the sand together and switches off all our torches…
Going diving helped me so much! It filled a huge void in my life, thank you! I think the last time I was diving (other than in a pool) was in a river looking for a dead body! Glad I never have to do that again! You helped bring back an amazing part of my life that I wasn't sure I would have again!
With prime conditions, we were able to dive the southside, West Bay, West End and even further east up the island!
The whole reef was coral sex...and we were swimming in it.
Lionfish is a readily available fish throughout the southeastern coastal US, the Gulf and the Caribbean. Due to its status as an invasive species, it is also an excellent option for eating. It is versatile, delicious, healthy and a great way to promote responsible fishing and seafood practices. One of my favorite ways to prepare lionfish is in a ceviche, so here is my signature recipe for a Killer Lionfish Ceviche!
Since my homecoming to the Caribbean, I’ve found myself experiencing an inner conflict whenever I see a lionfish. On one hand, I feel a responsibility as an able conservation partner to help control an invasive species that is so destructive; on the other hand I feel for the lionfish. The malice is gone and all that is left is grief knowing such a stunning example of nature is in such a terrible position thanks to the ignorance of humans.
He answered a dream job post, and you won’t believe how the interview ended!
Ask anyone what they are afraid of when they enter the ocean, and thanks to Steven Spielberg and Discovery Channel, many people have the same answer… sharks. Now ask someone who has been in the water with sharks what they would most like to see when they enter the ocean, and I can assure you many, maybe 9/10 of them, will have the same answer… sharks. So what’s the deal with the disparity?