Dive Travel DVD Adventure Series - Type Kelp Forrest of LaJolla California
Key West - A Diving Adventure Ernest Hemingway lived, fished and wrote on this island he called home. Join Dive Travel, a Video Adventure Series, for its first produced program, which includes an introduction on the front lawn of the famous Hemingway house in Key West. Then, come along with us as we dive the Atlantic Reef, America's only living coral reef. This 150 mile system parallels the keys 4-5 miles offshore from Biscayne Bay to the Marquesas. We also take you to two of the Key West's popular wrecks the Cayman Salvage Master and Joes Tug. But before we dive we take you on a mystical tour of party town in Key West style where you will observe the landmark southernmost point in the continental United States. Key West is the home to Key lime pie, a naval base, exotic foliage and natural coconut trees, almost 30,000 year round residents and its free roaming chickens. We hope you enjoy Key West, Florida. BEAUTIFUL COZUMEL-The Drift Diving Capital of the World Cozumel is known for its rich Mayan heritage found through-out the island, but it is also famous to divers who come here from all over the globe, being the drift diving capital of the world. The island's dive Tours can accommodate as many as 1100 divers a day who go down under to check out the magical reefs in some of the warmest and clearest tropical water in the world. In this program in the Dive Travel Video Adventure Series, we take you on a tour of the Caribbean island , giving you a peek topside of the island's attractions (including San Miguel, the island's only town) as well as a typical week of diving on the ever popular reefs that surround Cozumel. See the spectacular and colorful coral reefs as they unfold before your eyes as well as the marine life only native here. The Caves, Caverns, & Wreck of Cozumel In this program, we take you on an underwater, narrated excursion down to 132 feet through the famous caves and caverns located on the southern end of Cozumel Island. The Caribbean waters are crystal clear along the Grand Mayan Reef, the second longest barrier reef in the world. First, tour the topside attractions which draw as many as a dozen cruise ships at any one time to the famous Mexican port rated the 5th most popular island in all the world. Then, we take you down dark and deep through the infamous Devil's Throat and other caves and caverns of Cozumel. We also tour through the island's only wreck known as the C53.