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  • The Underwater Life of Costa Rica
    Exploring the Costa Rican region is fun and rewarding, but some divers love...
    The Diving Diet
    Boxing, long distance sprinting, and gymnastics all have one thing in common: You need the proper diet before your big performance...
    Do I Need to Be Certified to Go Diving in Costa Rica?
    If you’re interested in going diving while in Costa Rica, you are likely wondering whether or not you need any special certification in order to do so...
    Different of Diving in the Caribbean Vs. Pacific Side of Costa Rica
    Whether you’re a soon-to-be first-time diver or a seasoned pro, you undoubtedly want to have the best diving...
    Why Go Diving in Costa Rica?
    Have you always wanted to try your hand at diving? You shouldn’t just think about doing the things you want to do...
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    Catalina Island Diving

    June 15th, 2013

    catalina_islandsHave you always dreamed of plunging into the sea or another body of water and seeing the beautiful plant and animal life underneath? Diving provides opportunities to experience a whole other world, and Catalina Island diving is some of the best you’ll find anywhere. There are many, many diving locations to choose from on the island. Some of the most celebrated spots, however, (more…)

    Certification and Costs of Diving

    May 28th, 2013

    diving-certificationCertification is your ticket to a safe and rewarding dive experience. Divers who are certified have been properly trained to use scuba equipment, along with the techniques that they will need to keep both themselves and their dive partners safe in emergency situations. Many different types of dive certification exist, although most will begin (more…)

    Advice for new divers

    May 28th, 2013


    Diving for the first time can be exciting, but it can also be a little frightening. There’s nothing wrong with being anxious about your first dive. We are taught throughout our entire lives not to go too deeply below the water’s surface, and with good reason; our bodies are simply not equipped to handle the conditions of a dive without equipment.