Wadi Lahami is our most southern village, located 393km south of Hurghada Airport and 180km south of Marsa Alam Airport. It is well off the beaten track and located on the doorstep of the famous Fury Shoals. It is the ideal location for anyone looking for top quality diving along with privacy and seclusion, and a proximity to nature.
AWARE divers are the happiest divers. How do we know? Studies show that the secret to happiness is doing good. Over the last several years scientists have studied what’s been dubbed the “helper’s high”. What did they find? The amount of purpose in peoples’ lives determined their degree of happiness. In fact, the more people participated in meaningful activities, the better they felt.
Divers around the globe are pledging to help protect the ocean planet with Project AWARE’s modernized 10 Tips for Divers to Protect the Ocean Planet – a conservation ethic designed to help divers enjoy the adventure while protecting the dive sites they love. What’s the tip #1 about? Buoyancy of course!
The 5th of our monthly 'Dive against Debris' Return to Mill Cove Jetty. Join Torpedo Rays Senior Staff and dive instructors in this fifth clean up session. Our objective is to clean up the seabed from debris which is ruining the environment and aesthetic of our coastline and education divers on how they can make a difference an become involved in Project Aware.
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A well known, Nova Scotia underwater photographer Bob Semple and shark conservationist, Dalhousie Marine Biology gradute student Tracy Leask joins TRSA in our first event on Shark conservation. Join us Wedneday Feb 19 from 7pm to 8pm at Torpedo Rays Scuba Adventure to learn more on the sharks that can found off the coast of Nova Scotia and what we can do to protect the sharks.
We will be making a Dive Against Debris on 1st March at Koh Taen on the south of Koh Samui. Meet at The Dive Academy at 8.30am.
Koh Taen is the destination for many snorklers that visit Koh Samui and we want them to enjoy the waters surrounding our island and go away with positive thoughts of how nice the waters around our island are and trash free!!
It can be a tough challenge to achieve the greenest shade of green today. It's not easy to stay on your best eco-ethical, carbon-friendly toes. But now, more than ever, it's critical to help make positive change. If you’re reading this, chances are, it’s not hard to find your green mojo. As a diver, you have a natural affinity for the blue planet and ocean protection specifically – it’s baked right in.