"Lion Fish" has been discovered on these dives

  • Andrea Jou / Anemone City

    Sat 13, July 2013

    We went down and encountered a super friendly turtle that played with us for a while. We kept on going deeper surrounded by black tip sharks and then we started to see a few lemon sharks pretty big. They disappeared for most of the dive and towards the end we saw another one. We also saw a few lion fish and a big barracuda just near the surface when we got in.

  • Andrea Jou / Tao Toi

    Sat 13, July 2013

    Second dive in Moorea. This time the coral was a bit better. We saw two different turtles this time, the second one again played with us for a while. Hawksbill and green turtles. We also saw some lion fish, some groupers, a couple of white moth moray eels and also a lonely lemon shark passing by. There were also some big clownfishes. The end of the dive was quite impressive, getting to the surface being circled by black tip sharks!

  • Andrea Jou / Ohotu

    Thu 25, July 2013

    In this dive we got closer to the pass and its outgoing current. There were over 30 grey reef sharks swimming among huge schools of smaller fish. Truly spectacular. We had to go shallower fairly quick due to the previous dive so we spent a long time roaming the coral gardens. We spotted a curious crab hiding in some corals, a leaf fish and a few lion fish. Really amazing gardens here!

  • We went down and encountered a super friendly turtle that played with us for a while. We kept on going deeper surrounded by black tip sharks and then we started to see a few lemon sharks pretty big. They disappeared for most of the dive and towards the end we saw another one. We also saw a few lion fish and a big barracuda just near the surface when we got in.

  • Victor Garcia / Tao Toi

    Sat 13, July 2013

    Second dive in Moorea. This time the coral was a bit better. We saw two different turtles this time, the second one again played with us for a while. Hawksbill and green turtles. We also saw some lion fish, some groupers, a couple of white moth moray eels and also a lonely lemon shark passing by. There were also some big clownfishes. The end of the dive was quite impressive, getting to the surface being circled by black tip sharks!

  • Victor Garcia / Ohotu

    Thu 25, July 2013

    In this dive we got closer to the pass and its outgoing current. There were over 30 grey reef sharks swimming among huge schools of smaller fish. Truly spectacular. We had to go shallower fairly quick due to the previous dive so we spent a long time roaming the coral gardens. We spotted a curious crab hiding in some corals, a leaf fish and a few lion fish. Really amazing gardens here!

  • Jonathan Bradley / Navy Pier

    Wed 13, March 2013

    awesome

  • That was a great experience at the Whitsundays! One of the best dives so far, swam through little coral tunnels and had very large humphead wrasse following us. attracted some yellow fins with our sippers. Also did a backdrop of the boat which was new for me.

  • Amie Benge / Pixie Gardens

    Thu 5, April 2012

  • Amie Benge / Thistlegorm

    Tue 28, August 2007