Open Water Diving in the Bahamas

Secret Valentine in the Bahamas

Stay up-to-date with this summary of the fifth week on our Bahamas Marine Conservation program in January 2017. Our fifth week started with an exciting day for all of us. Monday began with an IUCN lecture about vulnerable to endangered fish species, which was followed by a point out dive in buddy teams with no instructors around for the first time. All … Read More

Why You Shouldn’t Spoon Sharks

Stay up-to-date with this summary of the fourth week on our Bahamas Marine Conservation program in February 2017. Written by Rhiannon & Abi Our fourth week on Andros island has been a very productive one. With more and more volunteers becoming certified divers, we were able to dive almost every day; some of us even managing to dive twice on some … Read More

Thea in the Bahamas

Becoming Certified and Advanced Divers in the Bahamas

Stay up-to-date with this summary of the third week on our Bahamas Marine Conservation program in January 2017. This week was full of diving, from sand patches to corals, from 2m to 30m, we saw sharks and lion fish and many more. Some of us became certified divers and others advanced and some of us are even determined to learn more. Then … Read More

Gap year adventures in the bahamas

Ocean Shaggies in The Bahamas

Sitting in Jay’s bedroom writing this while doing knowledge reviews I realise it would be easy to make this blog melancholic, for three people left this week and will be sorely missed. But looking back over the week there were some truly amazing moments that I…

A Sensational Week of Diving in The Bahamas

Well what a sensational jam packed week we have had! This week kicked off with the commencement of the compressor thanks to the magician Paul who managed to kick start the life back into…

Saving Tarzan’s Life

Week 3 has come to an end and it was packed with all sorts of activity.
On Monday everyone took the EFR exam and passed! All volunteers are now emergency response trained and…

An update from the bahamas marine conservation program

Pirate Island Pigeon Key

Well well, another week has passed. This is not a reason to be sad, then a lot of stunning things were going on during the last seven days. But let’s start at the…

Bahamas Gap Year

Our Spooktacular Halloween Party in the Bahamas

This was our first official week in Andros Island for our program, and it was a very successful week! We all arrived at different times throughout the week and the reunion was amazing, getting to see eachother again was incredible after being two…

Gap Year Diving in The Bahamas

Did We Pass The Big Benthic Test?

Monday was a busy day, we went diving, pointed out majestic algae species, completed the EFR course and stepped up our benthic knowledge game. We ended the day with a lovely sunset, one of the best so far…

The Best Quiz In The Entire World Of Quizzing

The volunteers at camp have thoroughly enjoyed what has been a rather stormy, but eventful third, and for a number of the camp members, final week in the Bahamas.
The week was kicked off with high swells and unfavourable diving conditions which meant the volunteers…