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Past the white sand beaches and the idyllic turquoise water lay the 3,000 islands and islets of the Bahamas, scattered across nearly 170,000 square kilometers of the Atlantic Ocean. From within subsea caves and underwater canyons to rocky outcrops, just above sea level, even the geography here is alive and dynamic.
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Amazing artistic preview of a free dive into the world's deepest blue hole.
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Nice excerpt from a video diary of a trip to Philippines.
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The British Virgin Islands are a unique place, almost like an "island city of sailors." Scenes include Tortola Island, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda, Sandy Cay, Cooper Island, Trellis Bay, Anegada, the Bitter End Yacht Club, Foxy's Taboo, the Indians, the Baths, snorkeling the caves at Norman Island, and diving the RMS Rhone shipwreck.
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Meet the sparkling blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, about 20 minutes by air from Honolulu. Formed some six million years ago, the island encompasses roughly 550 square miles and is the oldest and northernmost of the main Hawaiian Islands.
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Vanuatu is also home to several best-in-the-world experiences that very few people know about: a shipwrecked luxury liner, active vulcano, cascading waterfalls, culture and dances, primitive villages, beaches and diving.
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The Indonesian island of Bali is a favorite destination for both adventurers and those in need of a little relaxation.
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Jellyfish Lake is one of Palau's most famous dive (snorkeling only) sites. It is notable for the millions of golden jellyfish which migrate horizontally across the lake daily.
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Antarctica was the last, 7th continent I visited and dove. Kind of a last stop on a journey called "Earth". But in fact the journey never ends...