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God’s Pocket – British Columbia Epic Aerial and Wide Angle Underwater Video Stock Footage
Diving God’s Pocket Still Amazing
Diving in God’s Pocket is still the most amazing cold water diving! Visiting in March is a chilly adventure for sure, but picturesque and soothing for the soul.
Check out Joel’s video with aerial images and underwater footage. We had sunshine almost every day, which is not the norm, but showcases the stunning beauty of the area.
Here are some of Jen’s underwater still images, showing the highlights of the dive trip.
This place is really very special, with a limited number of divers experiencing these rich emerald waters each year. We can’t wait to go back in 2020!
God’s Pocket Resort, we’ll see you again!
Stunning Image-Making in Remote God’s Pocket
British Columbia, Canada, boasts some of the best cold-water diving in the world! Previously having had the opportunity to dive in the Browning Pass area, it was always on the short list to return. However, dive operators in that part of Canada are few and far between. We knew of God’s Pocket Resort from friends, and it was highly recommended for pristine cold-water diving and unequalled hospitality from the owners, Bill and Annie.
The tiny resort, which accommodates 12 guests, is like a big, warm hug from a free-spirited friend. If it’s a first visit, you instantly fall in love. If you are a returning guest, it’s like falling in love all over again! We hope we have the opportunity to return to such an amazing place!
Check out some of our images in the God’s Pocket gallery.
Wolf Eel… So Ugly They’re Cute
Lots of firsts experienced during our trip to British Columbia, Canada. First time diving the emerald green waters. First time on a tug boat. First encounter with wolf eels in the wild. So ugly they’re cute, we happened upon several large males who were friendly and curious. With heads considerably larger than basketballs and bodies growing to 80 inches in length, they are a sight!