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Diving Holidays Newsletter

June 2016 Contents

The world-famous Raja Ampat

It is time to take a little break from the humdrum of everyday life and transport yourself to a world of sunny skies, clear warm water and faces smiling with anticipation, as you deflate your BCD and enter another world....

It's the latest Dive The World newsletter, full of interesting articles and nuggets of news and excitement! Read about why Raja Ampat is a photographer's dream. Learn more about diving in the Americas.

Find out what you don't know about the tawny nurse shark. Get some ideas about where might be a good place for your next diving adventure. Leave your real world concerns behind and slip into our soothing embrace ...

Dive News:

• What new and exciting developments have there been at Dive The World?

Features:

• Where is hot in the next few months in the wide world of diving?

• Raja Ampat: An underwater photographer’s paradise

• Think you know nurse sharks? Think again

• Focus on scuba diving holidays in the Americas

Diving News

New dive destination: Cuba

The dive sites in the Jardines de la Reina (the Queens' Gardens) are the choice spots in Cuba. They are best known for the chance to see up to 6 different types of sharks on the same dive. There is also a diverse assortment of fish, eagle rays, tarpons, parrotfish, goliath groupers and turtles. Cuba is opening up and becoming the new hot destination. So we have added a bunch of awesome Cuba liveaboards to our range of recommendations.

New Dive The World liveaboards

Indonesia: Blue Manta, Komodo Floating Hostel, Mastro Aldo and Tatawa

Mexico: Nautilus Belle Amie and Quino El Guardian

Myanmar: Miss Moon

Maldives: MY Moonima

Caño Island, Costa Rica

We have been sending happy customers to the awesome Cocos Island for years and they all return with exciting tales of sharks, rays, and a sea brimming with fish. Costa Rica has other holiday places to dive however, most notably the highly rated Caño Island. Here you can be treated to encounters with large schools of tropical fish, octopus, barracuda, wahoo, various rays, turtles and maybe even marlin and dolphins. Shark species frequently seen here can include white tipped reef sharks, bull sharks, whale sharks, and even hammerheads on occasion.

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