Kerstin Forsberg, co-founder of Planeta Oceano is passionate about saving Peru’s manta rays.
Whales are split into two categories: toothed and baleen. Here we’ll discuss what makes baleen whales unique.
Although it’s got a stable conservation status, few divers have ever seen the elusive salmon shark.
There are two species of mako shark, the shortfin and the longfin. The shortfin is far more common, with a few places in the world to spot them.
The sicklefin devil ray is one of the lesser-known mobula species. Where can you see these rays on a dive?
Tunicates are marine invertebrates, and while not a show-stopping find, they’re a weird and wonderful encounter on any dive.
Tiny Saint Helena Island lies over 1,000 miles off the west coast of Africa. Although it’s best known as the place of Napoleon’s exile, the scuba diving in St. Helena is a modern marvel.
The waters off Africa’s southernmost point offer some sensational diving. Here are our picks for the top five shark dives in South Africa.
When it comes to making a purchase, choosing the right BCD can be daunting. Which style is right for you?
Snorkeling with salmon offers a unique view of the spectacle, as thousands of these fish migrate along rivers in Canada and Alaska each summer to spawn.
In lovely rural Lancashire in the northwest of England is Capernwray Quarry, flooded for divers and snorkelers. What will they see?
Here (in no particular order) are the top places to dive with seals, often called the puppies of the sea.
The scuba diving in Ireland is relatively unknown to the international community, but there’s plenty to see underwater in the Emerald Isle.
Mexico’s top cenotes for scuba diving and snorkeling are part of a vast network of freshwater sinkholes dotting the Yucatan Peninsula.
On a typical night dive, you’ve got the reef as reference, but a blackwater dive can take place in open ocean. What are the world’s best blackwater dives?
In the Scottish Highlands, a remote, sheltered stretch of water around the Orkney Islands is home to Scapa Flow, with some of the best dive sites in Britain.
Altitude diving begins when you pass above 1,000 feet (300 m). What are some of the best spots for this lofty pursuit?
Do movies like “Finding Nemo” and “Finding Dory” ultimately help or hurt the marine environment? The answer’s not black and white.