I realize that most recreational divers find it hard to imagine a boring dive trip. Yet, it happens all the time.
I must admit that Indonesia has managed to get a pretty good grip on me in recent years as more and more routes have opened unique diving opportunities up with the expansion of quality liveaboards in the region. The diving is varied, exciting, and frequently spectacular. And I remain firmly convinced that some of the … Read more
A dive trip used to be the prefect opportunity to get away from the real world and concentrate on the fish, but are formerly intrepid divers succumbing to the fear (real or imagined) of being caught in a terrorist attack?
For the past year we’ve been based in Indonesia working as consultants for Conservation International’s Indonesia Marine Programs, specifically in diving’s newest hotspot, Raja Ampat. With all the liveaboards here or coming here, we’re seeing an explosion of luxury — but is this what you, the real diving-public want? …