Conservation

Eco Product Reviews:  The perfect soap and shampoo for traveling

Eco Product Reviews:  The perfect soap and shampoo for traveling

As many of you will no doubt know, we at BimbleInTheBlue are big fans of both eco friendly products and traveling.  Sadly these two things don’t usually go very well together.  It seems as soon as you begin traveling single use plastics become almost impossible […]

Fed Up With Fish Farms

Fed Up With Fish Farms

Check out our latest blog on Scubaverse:  Fed Up With Fish Farms Fed Up With Fish Farms

12 steps to being an eco diver

12 steps to being an eco diver

For most divers, I think we feel pretty privileged to get to see and enjoy the amazing underwater world. As the plight of our oceans and coral reefs becomes more prominent in the news and on social media, often divers find ourselves probably a bit more aware […]

Fiji:  Shark diving in murky waters

Fiji: Shark diving in murky waters

For Shark Week, we thought we would share our thought and latest video on our recent shark diving trip in Fiji’s Beqa Lagoon. Check it out on Scubaverse: Shark Week – Fiji: Shark Diving in murky waters (Watch Video)

Marvellous mangroves!

Marvellous mangroves!

For most divers, diving on coral reefs is wonderful; if those reefs are pristine and full of life, even better! Coral reefs are incredible and diverse ecosystems, but they are strongly linked and interdependent on three other ecosystems: seagrasses, mangroves and rivers.  Our latest blog on Scubaverse […]

10 ways to reduce plastics in your life!

10 ways to reduce plastics in your life!

  We are increasingly becoming aware of the problem of plastic pollution, it is now the hot topic on social media and programs like Blue Planet II. There is, fortunately, a huge amount of information available on how we can make a difference and cut […]

Top recipes for cooking Caribbean Lionfish!

Top recipes for cooking Caribbean Lionfish!

For any one who has been diving in the Caribbean in the last few years, you have probably heard of the problem of invasive lionfish.  Having taught marine biology & conservation in the Caribbean for several years, it’s a question I get asked about a […]