Notes from the field, from Blue Ventures expedition manager, Sarah Adams. Bacalar Chico Dive Camp, MesoAmerican Barrier Reef, Belize, 18° … Continue reading
By Anna Westland. 4am. I manage to grab my alarm before it goes off – my hut mate gets
cranky enough when I’m up at 7 – and stumble around a bit, looking for
rash vests and bits of my camera….
By Laurenne Schiller. From this angle, I can observe at least seven distinguishable shades of aquamarine in the ocean below me, and there’s not a cloud in the sky… Continue reading
Totally amazing first week that has flown by because we have not stoppped learning new things-from diving skills and knowledge … Continue reading
by Christiana Hayward. Lying on the jetty looking out over the lagoon towards the barrier reef I marvelled at huge white breakers boiling, crashing, thundering over the reef, unable to hold back the tempest allowing rolling waves into our normally calm lagoon… Continue reading
by David Chanter. Hola amigos. Life at Bacalar Chico Base Camp is unreal. The best way I can think to describe it is to imagine the film ‘The Beach’ but less developed. Continue reading
By Daniella Sachs. One of the most incredible experiences I have had so far was my trip south with Thomas, a former Malagasy shark fisherman who now runs the Turtle and Shark Research Project for BV… Continue reading
by Jane Westermann.
Mukut certainly has an air of civic pride. Apart from the sparklingly pristine rivers, we also enjoyed wandering through the village admiring the flowering hedges surrounding villagers’ properties… Continue reading
by Kate Evangeli Octopus Day We’d been trained up in the art of how to sex an octopus which basically … Continue reading
By Margo Simon I saw my first shark today, albeit in pieces. I had hoped that while diving in the … Continue reading