Lake Tahoe, which straddles the border of California and Nevada, is renowned for stunning topside scenery. But the scuba diving in Lake Tahoe is lovely as well.
The South African Cape is well known for fabulous dive sites thanks to the meeting of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. Miller’s Point is one such site.
Diving the Pantanal in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul offers visitors the chance to see not only anacondas, but also a wild array of marine life.
The nautilus is a living fossil, unchanged for hundreds of millions of years. Although divers see them infrequently, they are most common in the tropical western Pacific.
If you’re properly outfitted with a cozy drysuit, Pacific Northwest diving is hard to beat. Here are some of our favorite sites in Washington State.
Diving on a wreck is always a humbling and exciting experience, but diving on the largest military wreck of all time, the USS Oriskany, offers a truly astounding insight into history.
We’ve all been tempted to purchase keepsakes when a dive or vacation destination is particularly memorable. But these ocean souvenirs are best left off your shopping list.
Although most shark encounters are quite safe, there is some protocol to follow when you dive with them. Here’s how to responsibly and safely photograph sharks.
The yearly marbled grouper spawning in Fakarava, French Polynesia attracts thousands of grey reef sharks.
An underwater winery in Croatia gives a whole new meaning to the term “dive bar.”
Swimming beside colossal slabs of ice may not seem idyllic to most divers, yet the possibility of iceberg diving is quite real in the frigid waters of Greenland.
Although dive destinations are stereotypically warm, tropical and sunny, England is fast becoming Europe’s new No. 1 dive location.
Bearing a strong resemblance to rays thanks to their flat bodies and broad pectoral fins, angelsharks are easily spotted on dives in the Canary Islands.
The basking shark is the second-largest shark species in the world, and also one of the most unique. What makes it so cool?
Despite its name, black coral is rarely black. The moniker refers instead to the corals’ skeleton. Here are a few fun facts about this rare find.
It’s rare to see a billfish on a dive, although you can snorkel with them seasonally off the Yucatan Peninsula. Here are some quick facts about billfish.
A Discover Scuba Diving course can be a great way to see if the sport is right for you before you commit more time and money.
Recent news that Japan will resume commercial whaling was met largely with disgust. As divers, should we boycott modern whaling nations?