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23 travel features tagged “Diving”

Eyeball to eyeball with Canada’s migrating salmon

A scuba diver takes the plunge in frigid British Columbia waters to witness the end of an epic journey.
Read more… 02 November 2014


The hunt for a peaceful Honduras

Crime may plague other parts of Honduras, but on Utila, a Caribbean island with a population of just 3,500, the biggest problems are invasive lionfish – and getting a restaurant table.
Read more… 15 October 2014


Nevada’s secret underwater world

When it was built in the 1930s, the Hoover Dam didn’t just tame the Colorado River – it also created a massive lake that today hides shipwrecks, train tracks and cement tunnels alike.
Read more… 02 October 2014


The newest spot to swim with whales

For the first time in Australia, a new whale-swimming experience offers the chance to swim with the southern humpback whales that migrate north from Antarctica each winter.
Read more… 16 August 2014


Worldwide Weird

China’s Atlantis of the East

The Chinese city of Shicheng was flooded in 1959, then forgotten. With its recent rediscovery, divers can explore a 600-year-old city that is both underwater – and unseen for decades.
Read more… 24 July 2014


The Travel Show

Walking the ocean floor in Borneo

With 22 million licensed divers in the world, the underwater tourism industry is big business. But you don’t have to be a diver – or even a swimmer – to get up close to marine life.
Read more… 30 June 2014


Swim between two tectonic plates

Iceland’s Silfra fissure is one of the only places where you can dive between two continents. In some cases the space is so narrow, you can touch North America and Europe at once.
Read more… 25 June 2014


The Travel Show

Mexico’s underwater cathedrals

Submerged caves off the Yucatan Peninsula hide gems for divers and archaeologists alike – including cathedral-like caverns, a 10,000-year-old boy and Mayan skulls.
Read more… 23 May 2014


The world’s largest ocean treasure

New Caledonia has added a marine park triple the size of Germany to its already long list of natural wonders.
Read more… 17 May 2014


Where sea gypsies settle

Located 60km off the Thai coast, the tiny isolated Surin Islands are home to the Moken, a tribe of former nomads experiencing a shifting way of life.
19 April 2014


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