Seychelles is not only magnificent pictures of palm trees, verdant against the background of the forever blue sky. This is not only an excellent level of service, combined with genuine joy from the best tourist vacation in the world. It is also an annual festival of films and photographs about the underwater nature, the main characters of which are fish, turtles, whales, dolphins, stingrays and other inhabitants of the underwater kingdom. Here, nature itself draws underwater pictures unsurpassed in beauty, saturated with all conceivable and unimaginable colors. Even if you have not taken diving equipment with you, and even if you have never made any attempt to dive, in the Seychelles you have every chance to acquire the necessary scuba diving skills and take the first steps in the underwater world right here, in the homeland of an unsurpassed natural riot of colors .
Seychelles Islands are located northeast of Madagascar, in the Indian Ocean. Only twenty of the more Continue reading
The main distinguishing feature of this unique region, of course, is its incredibly diverse nature. Wet tropical forests penetrate many deep and not very deep rivers, which are sometimes the only possible way through impenetrable thickets. In the jungle, in addition to a huge number of different plants, you can meet representatives of more than twenty unique ethnic groups, each of which has its own mores and customs. Fans of eco-tourism are regular visitors to these unusual places.
The main cities of the island of Borneo are Kuching, which is located in the state of Sarawak, and Kota Kinabalu – the capital of the state of Sabah. Continue reading
February 1, 2013 at a point with geographical coordinates N 62 ° 30 \ ‘453 \’ \ ‘/ E 143 ° 37 \’ 505 \ ‘\’ a unique dive took place. The fact is that at this point is Lake Labynkyr, which has long been of great interest to scientists.
Record Dive at the Pole of Cold
Diving to the bottom of the lake on the instructions of scientists of the Yakut University was made by the chairman of the scientific committee of the Russian Federation of Underwater Sports, the head of the underwater research team of the Russian Geographical Society Dmitry Shiller. Such an immersion took place for the first time in history. Previously, underwater studies of this lake were not carried out, there were only attempts to explore it with the help of a probe and an echo sounder, but the results brought more questions than answers. Continue reading