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Know Before You Go: 10 Snorkeling Tips for an Undersea Odyssey

Know Before You Go: 10 Snorkeling Tips for an Undersea Odyssey

Elissa Poma August 6, 2014 0

Snorkeling gives travelers the best of all worlds: The chance to see brilliant and vibrant seascapes without the expense and special training that scuba diving requires. In fact, many of our snorkeling guides no

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Q-and-A: Snorkeling Indonesia’s Raja Ampat

Q-and-A: Snorkeling Indonesia’s Raja Ampat

WWF May 28, 2014 0

This October, veteran guide Lee Goldman will take a small crew of WWF’s snorkeling enthusiasts to Indonesia’s Raja Ampat Archipelago, where they’ll glide over some of the planet’s most remarkable shallow-reef habitats. The region

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Video: An “Underwater Ballet” of Manta Rays in Indonesia

Video: An “Underwater Ballet” of Manta Rays in Indonesia

Tania Curry May 23, 2014 0

Watch manta rays “dance” gracefully above coral in Raja Ampat. The Raja Ampat Archipelago in Indonesia’s West Papua province has the wo ld’s greatest concentration of marine life for a region of its size.

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Four Reasons our New Tahiti trip will Rock Your World

Four Reasons our New Tahiti trip will Rock Your World

Natural Habitat Adventures May 5, 2014 0

Guest Post by Sara Higgins, Adventure Cruise Manager Come aboard the Caledonian Sky as we discover the wonders of Polynesia, one of the most blissful and unspoiled natural places on earth. On our new

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Video of the Week: Slow Life – An Underwater Timelapse

Video of the Week: Slow Life – An Underwater Timelapse

Kendal Bower April 11, 2014 0

I recently came across one of the most stunning time-lapse videos I’ve seen in a while titled Slow Life.  Daniel Stoupin, a Ph.D. student from the University of Queensland in Australia, made it by

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Video of the Week: Raja Ampat Underwater

Video of the Week: Raja Ampat Underwater

Tania Curry January 24, 2014 3

The Raja Ampat Archipelago has the world’s greatest concentration of marine life – making it a fantastic snorkeling site. Raja Ampat is also an area where WWF is conducting conservation research and where it

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Know Before You Go: Responsible Whale Shark Tourism in Mexico

Know Before You Go: Responsible Whale Shark Tourism in Mexico

WWF January 22, 2014 2

Article author Karen Douthwaite is WWF’s Senior Program Officer for the Mesoamerican Reef. They measure 40 feet, weigh more than 20 tons and can have a lifespan of more than 100 years. But to

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A Dolphin Caught in Fishing Line Asks for Human Help

A Dolphin Caught in Fishing Line Asks for Human Help

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 25, 2013 40

It’s not often that stressed wild animals trust us humans enough to ask for our help, but that’s exactly what one bottlenose dolphin did earlier this year. On January 11, 2013, several snorkelers and

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