Just returned from diving in the tropical rich waters of PNG. A pristine environment with lush green landscapes and an abundance of weird and wonderful marine life. It is a picturesque place with a variety of different diving options, from small macro life in volcanic black sand to thriving coral reefs. The water was 30 Degrees which makes you want to stay in the water as long as possible. Definitely, Papua New Guinea should be on your bucket list.
IFAW have launched their “”We’re for Whales” photographic exhibition at Customs House in Sydney. A number of my photos of Humpback Whales feature on the massive digital wall on the ground level and throughout the exhibition. If you are in Sydney it is worth going to have a look at the exhibition and support the fight to protect our whales. check out the exhibition at Customs House until the 31st March.
I had the pleasure of spending some time in the Hawaiian Islands over the Christmas and New Year break and I discovered how amazing this part of the world is. From the marine life to the mountains, it is all spectacular. I only wish I had more time to explore. There is so much to see and do from watching live volcanoes, snorkeling with turtles, diving with Manta Rays at night, Hawaii is world class. I look forward to my next visit.
In 2016 we will be running a unique 8 Day dive trip in the Azores to see Blue sharks, Mako sharks and dive the famous Princess Alice Pinnacle for the giant mobula rays. The waters around the Azores hold so much diversity and on any given day you will see resident sperm whales and dolphins not to mention the other amazing cetaceans and marine life in these crystal clear waters. This Blue Shark, Mako & Mobula Ray tour is a small group trip and will be running in August 2015. Contact us for further information and options for divers and photographers.