Since dehydration can increase the risk of decompression sickness, it’s important that divers fully understand the science behind why this urge to pee happens when they submerge. Dive Health: Why do we pee in our wetsuits?
Komodo (1080p render of 4k(UHD) underwater video shot with the Sony A7s and Atomos Shogun in Nauticam housings) from Kay Burn Lim on Vimeo.
Apparently Everything We Knew About Whale Sharks Was Wrong
Pristine beaches, turquoise waters, breathtaking paradise landscapes, all make the Philippines simply unforgettable.Incredibly deep culture and traditions, amazing food, and the warmest people you’ll ever meet, are the reasons you’re gonna want to come back. Wow Tapes: Philippines from WowTapes on Vimeo.
Respecting the ocean is a huge part of being a responsible diver, as is the understanding that we are privileged visitors to the underwater world and should conduct ourselves accordingly. Why Touching Is Never Okay
The whale shark (Rhincodon typus) is pelagic and lives in all tropical and warm temperate seas; as a pelagic species, it spends most of its time in the open ocean. The range of the whale shark is enormous and stretches from Australia to the Caribbean and from southern Africa to the Indian subcontinent. In fact,…
Apo Island is a 12 hectare volcanic island, 7 kilometers off the southeastern tip of Negros Island and 30 kilometers south of the of Dumaguete in the Philippines. The marine reserve surrounding the island is protected by the National Integrated Protected Area Act (NIPA) and under the jurisdiction of the Protected Area Management Board (PAMB).…
No, it’s not the Maldives, but it’s the next best thing. Manjuyod Sandbar in the Philippines is heaven on earth. Easily one of the most beautiful places in the world. It is about a 2 hour drive from Dumaguete and a 30 minute boat ride from the pier.