In the last year, many divers haven’t been able to dive as much as they would like, and many haven’t dived at all. If you’ve been out of the water for a while, it’s essential to take time planning your safe return to diving. DAN is encouraging all divers to consider a few important factors […]
The Bends, also known as decompression sickness (DCS) occur when nitrogen bubbles form in the blood, often causing severe joint pain. The common name “The Bends” comes from an affected person doubling (bending) overdue to the intense pain of the condition. Ascending too quickly and not following recreational diving guidelines are two main causes of […]
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Photographer PT Hirschfield spends 7 days of underwater exploration with Dive Munda & discovers the restorative powers of the legendary ‘Munda Magic’.
Thought about doing a liveaboard trip to both the Solomons & PNG? Todd Tai shares highlights from a recent trip from Honiara in the Solomons to PNG’s Milne Bay.
When diving Papua New Guinea, its good to search out a few of he more unusual activities on your non-dive days. Cathy’s Eels, in Kavieng, is a great example.
A few hours drive north of Sydney on the NSW Mid North Coast, Fish Rock Cave is on the list of Top 10 dives for anyone who’s dived it.
What’s it like to dive Truk Lagoon? We ask Craig Taylor, who has been several times and was there last year for Blue lagoon’s 45th Anniversary.
Papua New Guinea turtle conservation has a home at remote Lissenung Island Resort, a 30-minute boat ride from Kavieng in the New Ireland Province.