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With more than eighty percent of the ocean still unexplored, the vast sea is the world’s biggest secret. From sunken forests to coral-covered shipwrecks, the world’s mesmerizing waters never fail to tantalize and enchant others. Our marine issue is all about taking a deep dive into some of Earth’s most incredible water bodies. The Bahamas is a treasure trove of wonder. Swim with pigs in Big Major Cay or dive down Andros Barrier Reef, the world’s third longest barrier reef, and visit the home of a myriad of corals and fishes. End it with a stroll along the Pink Sand Beach in Harbour Island. Push the limits of your patience and endurance by trying your hand at ice fishing - we provide you with a guide to some of Canada’s icy lakes like Lake Simcoe, Nipissing Lake, and Nighthawk Lake. Dive into the world of shipwrecks, magnificent creatures of the deep and many more. From getting up close and personal with humpback whales in Silver Bank to exploring Estonia’s bleak underwater prison, divers far and wide will want to check these places out! Mother Nature proves herself to be quite the artist. Spread across the globe, colourful water bodies gleam vibrantly like gems. In this issue, we show you some of the planet’s colourful lakes such as Emerald Lakes in New Zealand, Lake Hillier in Australia, Rio Tinto in Spain, and Iceland’s Blue Lagoon. Bask in the legendary Nile River of Egypt and explore its surrounding cities. Visit Aswan, which sits on the eastern bank of the Nile, and marvel at its architectural feats. Explore iconic sites such as the Temple of Horus in Edfu and the Valley of Kings. Our marine issue is then concluded with a journey into Croatia’s Plitvice Lakes National Park where you can be one with nature. From spotting various wildlife to exploring the Big Waterfall and the Galocački Buk, the Plitvice Lakes are bound to leave you in awe.

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