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Muck Diving

Muck diving gets its name from the sediment that lies at the bottom of many dive sites – a frequently muddy or “mucky” environment.

Perhaps those that enjoy muck diving the most are the macro photographers. The calm and shallow water provides amazing opportunities to photograph the creatures that hide amongst the muck.

Popular destinations for muck diving are in Southeast Asia where there are more marine species than anywhere else in the world. Places like Mabul and Kapalai in Sabah, Malaysia, Anilao in the Philippines, Lembeh Straits in Manado, Indonesia and Bali are the most popular because of the amazing creatures found in the muck.

Muck Diving – Let’s get down and dirty!!

Have you seen on TV when they look for gold hoping to strike it lucky with a big ‘Dyson’ and suck up everything and anything on that’s hidden on ocean floor and its only when they get to the surface they see what lies in their bucket.. This could be you without the hoover !

Normally your face is inches away from the surface and you might only cover a small area, but the excitement of the unknown will capture your imagination….

Remember if you find any man-made rubbish take it with you Keep our oceans clean!!

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fish covered in sand

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