Scuba Diving Blog
Scuba diving has grown from a fringe hobby into an increasingly popular activity over the decades. It’s one of my favorite things to do while traveling. There’s nothing else comparable to getting underwater and scuba diving. I’ve seen whale sharks, tropical fish, dolphins, sharks, colorful reefs, underwater caves, cenotes, and shipwrecks on my travels. These scuba dive trips provide just as many memorable moments as any outdoor adventure I’ve been on. Also included in this category are other water-based activities like swimming and snorkeling.
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Watch video and see pictures from some of the best snorkeling in the entire world. Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley off Belize’s largest island, Ambergris Caye. I came across sea turtles, rays, grouper and a huge variety of Caribbean reef fish.
One of the highlights of my week long trip to Roatan was diving the swim-throughs (underwater tunnels and caverns). Two of my favorites and the biggest of these were at the dive sites called the underground and the dolphin’s den located on the north-east side of the island.
I’m back underwater and this time I’m sharing the sea with some dolphins! Checking another item off the bucket list after visiting Roatan; one of the Bay Islands in Honduras. Ever seen dolphins doing tricks while underwater instead of from the surface? Check out the video inside!
Review and pictures from a 2-tank dive in cenote Dos Ojos, located on the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico. Scuba diving cenotes in Mexico was an amazing experience!