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Travel with Bluewater: New Group Trips | Scuba Diving Blog


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Travel with Bluewater

Embark on an exciting adventure with a Travel with Bluewater group trip, led by one of Bluewater's travel experts or an underwater photography professional. These unforgettable experiences visit some of the most sought-after diving and travel destinations on the planet, from the North and South Poles to almost anywhere in between! Whether you are a solo traveler, budding underwater photographer, or just want to join a trip with an awesome group of like-minded travelers, Travel with Bluewater has a trip for you.


Underwater Photography Workshops

Develop your underwater photography skills at one of our annual workshops to our favorite dive destinations. Popular underwater photography workshops focus on macro subjects in Lembeh, Indonesia and the Philippines' Anilao and Dumaguete. Wide-angle workshops regularly take place in bucket-list big animal destinations such as La Paz, Socorro, and the Sea of Cortez in Mexico, as well as the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador.


Bluewater Favorites

Join one of Travel with Bluewater's trips to explore the destinations we love so much we keep returning every year! Discover why Raja Ampat and Komodo have divers flocking to Indonesia, the incredible diversity of dive sites in Fiji, and experience the spectacle of groupers spawning in Fakarava, French Polynesia.


Non-Diving Trips

Keep it topside with our non-diving trips, which are perfect for families, individuals, and groups! Incredible wildlife encounters include spotting the Big 5 on safari in Tanzania, interacting with gray whales from boats in San Ignacio Lagoon, snorkeling with orcas in Norway, and snorkeling with humpback whales in French Polynesia.


Expeditions

Explore areas few have had the privilege of visiting with our unique Travel with Bluewater trips to remote (and cold) destinations. Witness the breathtaking landscapes and wildlife of Antarctica, transverse the remote region of Svalbard, Norway.


Further Reading


Read 5 reasons why you should join a photo workshop here.


Get the latest underwater cameras, housings, lights, and accessories here.



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