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Scuba & Snorkel Resort

The finest man-made scuba diving resort in the world, Las Vegas Scuba resort is located on a 65 acre resort on Las Vegas Boulevard. With over 6 million cubic feet of fresh and salt water diving, 13 restaurants, a casino, 3 entertainment venues and 2000 hotel rooms, Las Vegas Scuba is an experience you'll never forget!

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Posted: Jul 6, 2019

Top 10 Adventure Dives
by: LVScubaResort
Las Vegas, Nevada 89117
United States of America
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My goal is not to tick as quickly as possible places off my bucket list. In those 7 months, I could have easily been to more places, but it was the last thing I wanted. That’s why I’m scuba diving all around Japan while learning Japanese, and that’s why it took me 3 months last summer to understand New Caledonia’s treasures. From France to New Caledonia via Japan, here are my top 10 dives of 2018!

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Taking Pictures Underwater (Part 1)
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Taking beautiful underwater pictures starts with perfect buoyancy. This can be frustrating if you are a beginner scuba diver, but I would say you need to work on your buoyancy before touching a camera underwater. Personally, I started to get it right during the my Advanced Open Water course thanks to the buoyancy exercises through hoops. Another important thing to know is with a camera in hand, you will consume much more air, especially at the beginning. Honestly, wait for 30 to 40 dives before you start underwater photography.

Wreck Diving in Vanuatu
Picture: Wreck Diving in Vanuatu

To reach the island of Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu (commonly called “Santo”), I took a 50-minute flight with Aircalin from La Tontouta Airport in New Caledonia to Port-Vila, the capital of Vanuatu, on the island of Efate. To be on the safe side before taking a domestic flight to Espiritu Santo, I spent a night in Port-Vila. I recommend the Travellers Budget Motel. Conveniently located, you can walk to Port-Vila Market in 10 to 15 minutes.