Snorkeling/Scuba

The Best Snorkel Gear Reviewed For 2017

Best Snorkel Gear

Cheap or mediocre snorkel gear can make or break a well-planned snorkeling trip. Imagine your mask constantly leaking or fogging up while trying to enjoy the beautiful sites. Beyond being a simple distraction, a faulty mask can ruin your experience altogether because of poor visibility. The same goes for a low quality snorkel. Settling for a model that doesn’t have ...

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The 10 Best Scuba Diving Fins Reviewed For 2017

Best Scuba Diving Fins

Don’t underestimate the importance of your scuba diving fins. If you have been diving before you probably already know this. I think everyone knows that most rental fins are cheap and usually uncomfortable. By getting your own diving fins you know they are going to fit right and will give you more a comfortable diving experience. A good fitting pair ...

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The 5 Best Underwater Cameras Reviewed For 2017

Best Underwater Camera

Whether you are going to the beach or the mountains you need to have a camera that can handle the elements. In addition to being water proof, these rugged cameras are also freeze, and shock proof. They also allow you to dive deep under water to take the perfect picture. Most of these waterproof cameras also have Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS ...

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The 3 Best Snorkeling Tours In Key West

Key West Snorkeling

As many of us have found while living or vacationing in Florida, snorkeling can be a hit-or-miss proposition.  With nearly 1200 miles of coastline, Florida offers a plethora of shore types, open-water visibility conditions and sea floor compositions.  The quality of the snorkeling experience varies widely throughout the coastline of Florida. But Key West offer a consistent and favorable snorkeling ...

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The 5 Best Dive Computers Reviewed For 2017

Best Dive Computer

Having a dive computer will free you from having to worry about calculations of your nitrogen levels using complicated dive tables. Being able to monitor all the information you need on your wrist will give you the confidence to stop worrying and just enjoy the dive, and isn’t that what it’s all about? The big problem with trying to choose ...

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The 3 Best Snorkeling Tours In Maui

Best Snorkel Tours in Maui

The writers at Outside Pursuits can say with complete confidence that the snorkeling on Maui is world-class. Don’t miss it while you’re there.  There is an abundance of coral reefs, marine life and the visibility is impeccable.  Seeing the giant  Green Sea Turtle is a life-changing event for those who love nature. So, if you’re visiting Maui where are the ...

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The 5 Best Snorkeling Tours In Oahu

Best Snorkeling Tours in Oahu

Hawaii is world renowned for snorkeling and for good reason. It is home for many coral reefs and has the world famous Hanauma Bay. The bay is an extinct, sunken volcano caldera and because of its natural layout is protected from waves and currents. Hawaii is a outdoor person’s paradise, whether its snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, paddle boarding or biking ...

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The 3 Best Full Face Snorkel Masks Reviewed – [2017]

Best Snorkel Mask

A quality snorkel mask is indispensable for enjoying your day on the water. However, with so many full face snorkeling masks available it’s important to know what to look for before you buy one. This article will guide you in buying the best snorkel mask (for Men, Women and Kids) based on performance, features and price. Essentially it comes down ...

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The 3 Best Snorkeling Fins Reviewed – [2017]

Best Snorkeling Fins

Your snorkel mask is the most critical piece of equipment for a good day of snorkeling. Your fins are a close second however. The best snorkeling fins are a combination of comfort, compact size and propulsion. After evaluating 9 of the most popular fins we have come up with our top three picks that excel in each of these three ...

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The 5 Best Dive Knives Reviewed For 2017

Best Dive Knife

A dive knife is a tool that no diver should be without. Even if you only go a few times a year it is still a dive accessory you should have. The recreational diver may never use their knife but its one of those things that its better to have and not need than than be in a situation that ...

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