Sharks, mantas, whales, whale sharks… the ocean is home to many large and somewhat mysterious creatures. Some gentle playful giants, and some misunderstood apex predators. So where do you go to dive with the ‘BIG STUFF’? Here’s our pick of the best experiences within easy reach of a dive resort or liveaboard itinerary. Manta Rays […]
Spirit of Freedom’s experienced crew really proved their worth on a recent trip to the Ribbon Reefs, as fast-moving weather patterns made for an interesting itinerary on a recent liveaboard trip to the Ribbon Reefs.
There are many forms of a liveaboard diving boat, but essentially, the aim of each boat is the same: to enable their customers to dive multiple sites over a large area in comfort and in many cases – extreme luxury.
The Great Barrier Reef is in the news a lot, mainly because it is slowly succumbing to a number of threats. You can find links on these issues at the bottom of the page, where we describe ‘what is the Great Barrier Reef?’ Here we want to describe how to enjoy the Great Barrier Reef […]
This is most people’s idea of scuba diving holidays: warm, clear water, with a variety of colourful corals and marine life. Not necessarily there just to dive, but certainly taking advantage of the opportunities to do so.
Best Diving in the South Pacific Ocean Islands that have some of the best diving in the South Pacific include Fiji, Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea. Indeed, some of the best dive sites in the South Pacific rank as world class sites. Who has not heard of Rainbow Reef and Great White […]
We’re often asked: When is the best time to dive destination X? Though the info is scattered across our destinations, we put it together for you in one handy place.
A Family Diving Holiday could be the first step towards a lifetime of quality time together as a family. There really is nothing like exploring the underwater world with the next generation.
There’s probably not a strict definition of muck diving – though there are many places that claim to have invented it! For the uninitiated, the ‘muck’ element refers to a silty-sandy bottom, with a distinct lack of rock and therefore also coral.
Hands up! Who wants to learn to scuba dive? Everyone wants to learn to scuba dive! This post is written on the principle that actually everyone is a scuba diver – it’s just that some of you haven’t learn to scuba dive yet! So here we present the what, and how, and where, and when […]