Dive Travel Articles

Jellyfish Lake, Palau

jellyfish lake palau

Between Koror and Peleliu in Palau’s Southern Lagoon, a weirdly wonderful inland lake is one of the South Pacific’s most unique underwater attractions. Visitors trek 20-minutes over a small, vegetation-covered hill to swim with millions of jellyfish in the appropriately named Jellyfish Lake.


African Safaris | Land

African Safaris

Bluewater Travel is proud to offer the knowledge and expertise to book your ultimate land-based African Safari. We will take you to the best African Safari destinations and help you create a bespoke itinerary, ensuring your safari is the trip of a lifetime. Whether it's the breathtaking wildlife in Tanzania or unforgettable gorilla encounters in Rwanda and Uganda, we can craft the perfect package just for you.

Whether we like to think about it or not, scuba diving is a potentially hazardous pastime. With the correct training, proper equipment, and sensible decision-making, it is unlikely that you will ever be involved in an incident. However, accidents do happen, even when the rules are followed. A broken toe, falling on an unsteady boat, or even food poisoning can cause missed dives and a ruined trip, and extra costs can soon add up!


Back to Travel Guide

back to travel guide

With vaccination efforts underway and travel restrictions lifting, many are ready to travel again. But where can you travel? It can be hard to make sense of all the information available when planning your next vacation.

liveaboard diving
Are you a new diver who’s caught the scuba diving bug and is itching to plan your very first proper dive holiday? Then liveaboards are a great option for getting the most out of a destination and exploring sites that are hard to reach by day trip from a dive resort. It is also a great opportunity to get more dives in and improve your overall diving skills. Yet a liveaboard holiday with multiple dives a day might seem intimidating when you first get your fins wet.

Best Diving in Asia

best diving in asia

Stretching from Turkey in the west to the far eastern tip of arctic Russia, and south as far as the tropical Indonesian island of Java, Asia is the largest continent on earth. Covering one-third of the globe’s landmass and bordered by the Arctic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans, Asia offers an extraordinary variety of environments and access to some of the world’s best scuba diving spots



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