Southern Australia

(Hopkins Island, RapidBay Jetty, Kangaroo Island and Maria Island)

On the trail of Southern Australia endemic creatures, from the Spencer Gulf, trough the Bass straight, and then east, down the Tasmania Sea. more info

Fresh Water Kingdoms

(Switzerland and North-East Italy)

Freezing cristal clear waters from alpine lakes at almost 3000m a.s.l., down the valley into nature shaped preistoric trails. more info

Neptune sentinelles

(Umkomaas - Kwazulu Natal, South Africa)

Tiger sharks are considered the second most dangerous shark to man. Diving with this creature is a mesmerising experience. more info

Giant of the deep

(Sperm and Humpback Whales)

Azores and Silver Banks and Niue, the largest whales nurseries on earth.
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Stingrays at SandBar

(Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands)

SandBar stingrays population; coahabitation with tourists and local communities misstreating. more info

Catalina Island

(California, USA)

Amazing giant kelp forests hide an complex and rich ecosystem, secure shelter for fishes and mammals.

Deep down the worlds’ nursery

(Cocos Island, Costa Rica)

Down the Abyss at 450 meters with the SeeDeep in a vulcanic island formed about two-and-a-half million years ago.

Kimbe Bay

Kimbe Bay(Papua New Guinea)

One of the pristine and diversified diving destination.

Crystal River

(South Western Florida, USA)

Every winter, a large group of West Indian Manatees make a yearly pilgrimage up to the warm water of Crystal River head springs.

Kerry Coastline

(South Western Ireland)

The Ring of Kerry is part of the mystical & unspoilt region of Ireland. Its spectacular beauty is beyond question and its seabeds hide some of the finest green water diving in Europe.

Komodo Islands

(Eastern Indonesia)

The Komodo National Park is home to some of the world's most amazing creatures above and under the sea level.

Raja Ampat

(Irian Jaya, Papua Indonesia)

Healthy reefs, unusual reef structures with the most diverse marine life area ever recorded under and a unspoiled topside scenery.

Tulamben and Menjangan Island

(Bali, Indonesia)

Tulamben is internationally renowned for its dive sites and is prized for its easy diving and amazing biodiversity.

Walea Island

(Togian arcipelago, Sulawesi, Indonesia)

A true paradise, all to discover. Of vulcanic origin, it is situated in the Bay of Tomini; the island is encircled from a suggestive barrier reef.