Choosing to photograph those small fast fast-moving reef fish is arguably one of the hardest subjects you could choose underwater. Trust me, I know it’s tempting and borderline addicting, and please don’t hate me for saying this, but reef fish just aren’t the right subject in most cases. Hear me out, please. Photographing reef fish

If you’re planning on joining one of our Indonesia snorkeling safaris you will likely want to consider a stop in Bali. Many of our Indonesian snorkeling tours will start and or stop in Bali, so, as an addition to your tour with us, it’s never a bad idea to tack on a few extra days

Komodo Resort is located on the island of Sebayor Besar, about one hour or so from Labuan Bajo and about one hour from the boundaries of Komodo National Park. The reef is quite large, extending from a corner in the south, all the way up past the resort’s most northern bungalow to the mushroom-shaped islands.

As Snorkel Venture’s self-appointed Tsar of Sun Protection, I have to share with you my latest discovery. As you all know, as snorkelers, we spend a lot of time floating on the surface of the water with the intense equatorial sun beating down on our backsides. No matter how melanin-rich your body may be, those

Kusu Island Resort is located on Kusu, a small island in the south of Halmahera Indonesia. The resort is located on the southern side of the island, and the house reef sprawls out in front of the resort. At high tides you can access the reef from your villa if you are on the mangrove