Scuba dive blog

Dive Trip Red Sea North

Each year, about 540 000 foreign divers travel to Egypt, to dive in the waters of the Red Sea.

Coral Gardens

Did you know that one of the leading dive magazines named one of our local Atlantic shore dive sites, Coral Gardens, as one of the top 10 dive sites in...

Open Water Scuba Dive Course (Part 1)

Maybe like me you have friends that are already scuba divers and you have had the opportunity to hear some of the awesome stories they tell of their scuba dive adventures.

Open Water Scuba Dive Course (Part 2)

In part 1 of my blog about doing my Open Water Scuba Dive Course I shared some information about the theory as well as the pool skills that you learn...

Free Diving

I’ve done loads of scuba diving, and I love it. I have, however, always been curious about free-diving.

Scuba Diving in the Red Sea as experienced by Milica

I’m in Cape Town and I’m freezing! Rain is pouring as we’re getting ready to enter the ocean for second Open Water dive.

HOW TO DRY DIVE TO 50M AND COME OUT WET THE OTHER SIDE

Most recreational divers will never experience depths of 50m, but we recently had the opportunity to do just that without even getting our feet wet.

How to choose the BCD that is right for you

Buying a BCD is probably something that each serious scuba diver considers at some stage. A BCD is a big investment, and with a myriad of choices out there, it...

Sandy Cove - dive site description

Sandy Cove is one of those sites that probably almost halve of divers who did their Open Water Course in Cape Town dived in during their course.

Scuba dive the Antipolis Ship Wreck

The Antipolis wreck dive is one of three dives sites situated quite closely to one another on the Atlantic Seaboard of Cape Town.