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The most exciting places to dive

The Indonesian Republic consists of more than 13,000 islands, each having its own distinct identity both above and below the water. As part of the Coral Triangle – regarded by marine experts as the most biodiverse habitat in the world’s oceans – Indonesia could easily lay claim to the top-ten best dives all by itself, but Raja Ampat, Alor and Komodo National Park rank among the best. Raja Ampat, located off the coast of New Guinea, is home to more than 75 per cent of all known coral species and more than 1,500 species of fish, often congregating in massive numbers with sharks and other pelagics regularly sighted among them.

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How to make diving safe for your life

Ironically, as I'm writing this article the presenter on BBC Radio 2 is talking about parachute jumping. Why is this important you might ask when you're reading an article about safety tips for scuba diving?

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All you need to know about scuba diving

The world under the sea is a vast expanse of unknown and often uncharted territories. It offers the adventurous spirit wonder, awe, and even inspiration. Thanks to Jacques Cousteau, one of the ocean’s most influential explorers, the average person, from business executive to housewife, has the opportunity to dive deep into the great blue sea and witness all that it has to offer.

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