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Enriched Air Nitrox: An Introduction

Are you a certified scuba diver with good air consumption? Good enough that you are surfacing with plenty of air after most dives?  Then you might seriously consider taking a PADI Enriched Air Nitrox course. You can also enquire about an introduction to Nitrox during your Open Water Course training. What is it? A tank

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Summertime in the Sea of Cortez

Cabo San Lucas and the Baja California Sur peninsula is particularly well known in the scuba diving and snorkeling world for amazing animal encounters, big aquatic life and beautiful conditions in the autumn and winter months. So how does summer compare for our aquatic adventurers?  Cabo San Lucas The Mobula Ray Migration One of the most

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Reef Safe Sunscreen

If you’re a warm water enthusiast maybe you have at some point made the common mistake of putting on sunscreen just before donning mask and snorkel and throwing yourself excitedly into the blue. Seconds later you experience a furious eye burn that only sunscreen can give. Ouch! If you happen to be descending on a

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Weights and Wetsuits: A Guide to Fine-Tuning your Buoyancy.

Suddenly it’s that time of year again; the cold water Pacific up-welling embalms the coral reefs that reside in the mouth of the Sea of Cortez; from Cabo San Lucas bay to The Corridor to Cabo Pulmo National Park. 3mm shorties are swiftly replaced with 7mm long suits followed by hoods, gloves, rash guards and

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The Dive Sites of Los Cabos

From scuba diving in the Pacific Ocean at the sea lion colony that sits above a large shipwreck, to the huge canyon wall of the Sea of Cortez on the north side, the diving here in Cabo San Lucas is hugely understated and mightily impressive. You would think that between the hundreds of boats that

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