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Diving Health - Ears and Diving
Scuba diving is an exciting new experience for many travellers making their way to the Great Barrier Reef. While breathing underwater may seem like a bit of a challenge at first, once you get started, it can open up a whole new world of underwater exploration and enjoyment. Knowing some basic techniques to make diving safer and more comfortable is a great advantage for those looking to enjoy their...
Great Barrier Reef inspires marriage proposal
A dream trip on the Great Barrier Reef turned into a dream come true for an Australian traveller when her Israeli boyfriend staged an underwater marriage proposal during an overnight dive trip from Cairns. Netanel enlisted the help of the Coral Sea Dreaming crew to set up the proposal during a two-day live-aboard diving trip on the Great Barrier Reef with his girlfriend Sharon. “Under the water ...
Passions takes action on climate change
Passions of Paradise is taking the last step toward its goal of becoming carbon neutral by giving passengers the option of offsetting the carbon emissions of their Great Barrier Reef trip. The Cairns-based company’s Environmental Sustainability Coordinator Russell Hosp said Passions of Paradise would be applying for Climate Action Leader status from Ecotourism Australia. “We already have been ...
Passions joins the PADI dive community
Passions of Paradise has joined the world’s leading scuba diving training organisation following each of its dive instructors retraining to gain PADI certification. The Cairns-based Great Barrier Reef operator is now part of PADI’s network of more than 6100 dive centres around the world and its six dive instructors join the 140,000 divers certified by PADI. Sales and Marketing Manager Adam O...
Eclipse creates unique reef adventure
Eclipse 2012 was the adventure of a lifetime for passengers on Passions of Paradise who were treated to a spectacular show in the sky as well as underwater on the Great Barrier Reef. Teasing clouds created drama as they threatened to conceal the total solar eclipse, but parted long enough to reveal the holy grail of eclipse chasers – totality. The stars became visible as the light faded on the...