Most of our planet is underwater, sounds like more adventures to be had… A small statue of Buddha sits at the southern end of Davis Reef. Schools of fish here can be so dense so as to block your view.
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When playing on the surface always remember it’s what you don’t see that makes things interesting too. Prince William Sound, protected from the stormy Gulf of Alaska weather, has some of the best Alaska sea kayaking and the greatest diversity
Featuring an award winning beach and historic bridge, Bahia Honda State Park at mile marker 37 in the Florida Keys has become a favorite destination for visitors to our island paradise. The park, encompassing over 500 acres and an offshore
The 120-mile Florida Keys island chain is home to the continental United States’ only living-coral barrier reef. This teeming backbone of marine life runs the length of the Keys about five miles offshore and offers Florida Keys scuba diving vacation
1st Cathedral The first of 2 great cavernous scuba diving sites, 1st Cathedral is set up as a large room with many openings for light and sealife. The ceiling of the cathedral has many holes to bring in light and
Makena Alanui Road, Makena – South Maui This marine preserve encompasses all the shoreline from Ahihi Bay to La Perouse Bay. It is a private, secluded, scuba and snorkel paradise with some of the clearest waters in Maui. There are
The Spanish named this island “Cayo Vivora” or Rattlesnake Key because its shape resembles a snake with its jaws open. In the early 20th century, Long Key was the site of a luxurious fishing resort that was destroyed during the