In the Philippines, Balicasag Island is a popular dive site. You can observe a huge silvery school of trevallies, which spin around the reef. A fascinating spectacle ...
Protecting the ocean: what I saw during my travels and dives
Find below a selection of articles, published during my travels and my dives around the world. Some put forward initiatives to preserve the seabed and coral reefs. Others show the wonderful biodiversity still intact sites and marine reserves. Still others are trying alert in the face of disasters caused by overfishing, over-tourism, plastic pollution and climate change ... I hope to provoke, through these reports, these stories and these images, awareness. And encourage behaviors officials in the practice of scuba diving. The ocean produces half of the oxygen in the air we breathe on Earth ... Protect the ocean!
To make bubbles along the coral drop-offs overflowing with life and colors, what happiness! In the Philippines, the island of Cabilao is a real little underwater gem.
Fancy Indonesia ? I take you diving in the waters of Sali Kecil, a remote small island located on the west coast of Halmahera. Beautiful !
In the Philippines, it is THE mythical encounter that every diver dreams of : the whale shark, the largest fish in the world.
Tara. It is the name of an extraordinary boat, an oceanographic sailboat that sails in the Pacific to study coral. I embarked in February 2018 with the scientists for a report in the Philippines ...
I crossed an ocean for them. Whale sharks gather in July-August off the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico.
March 2013. Bangka Island, North Sulawesi, Indonesia. My new home, for a few days, is called Coral Eye. What a beautiful name!
I'm getting tons of emails asking me for information about Raja Ampat ! So I gathered everything in one single post. But be aware, a trip to Raja Ampat requires you to behave as a respectful and responsible visitor. Tourism, which is booming in the region, is endangering one of the world's most magnificent reservoirs of biodiversity.
I have been in Pemuteran, a small village in western Bali, since Tuesday. I love it! Here, the entire population is focused on the conservation of the coral reef.