- Member since
- 3rd May 2007
I am currently working as a marine biologist at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort, where I am responsible for educating guests about marine ecology and conservation, ensuring the resort is applying environmental standards. I also conduct research projects and provide outreach to local schools. Before working at Cousteau's, I was busy obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of the South Pacific and a Masters of Applied Science from James Cook University in Australia.
- July 2008
Johnny Singh reviewed Gizo Island in Solomon Islands
You will not be disappointed when you dive in Solomon’s. The reason I went diving in Solomons was because my friends told me that it was great and actually they were right. I dove from Vepi Island and Gizo Island but the time I dove, the water visibilit…"
- June 2007
- May 2007
Johnny Singh reviewed Great Barrier Reef in Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Diving for me is a magical experience and diving the Great Barrier Reef was the one of the finest and exotic dives that I’ll never forget.
Not only is it the largest reef on this planet, it’s also a home to countless species of corals and fish life whi…"
I had read a lot of reviews on diving about this place in dive journals and over the internet and they all described it as spectacular so I had to see it for myself. I stayed at the cheapest accommodation I could find in Madang (Flag Hotel) and did some …"
Well, most people know Fiji as the “soft coral capital of the world” and I totally agree with them, simply not for the fact that I was born and bred in Fiji but as a marine biologist I have seen it all.By far the best in Fiji and my most preferred diving…"
Johnny Singh reviewed Diving the S.S. Yongala in Queensland, Australia
My first and most spectacular wreck dive was on S.S Yongala., a historic steel passenger and freight steamer that sunk in 1958 but now homes to so many invertebrates, corals and fishes. I saw so many sharks here and not to mention my first school of ham…"