The unmistakably bright orange garibaldi brightens up the kelp forests in its native home of Southern California.
The ribbon eel looks just as its name implies. These long, thin, elegant creatures are common in the waters around Wakatobi Dive Resort.
The image of Southern California evokes sun, surf and movie stars. Add another attraction to the list: the scuba diving in San Diego is world-class.
The 2017 hurricane season dealt the Caribbean a severe blow. What are the diving and travel conditions like in the region, and how can you help it recover?
On a night dive in the tropical Pacific, you see what appears to be an animated vermillion dinner napkin convulsing wildly. Congratulations, you’ve spotted a Spanish dancer.
The flying gurnard is big-eyed, bottom-dwelling fish. What surprising feature makes divers seek them out (and explains their name)?
A special-effects team working on a science-fiction movie would struggle to invent a creature as strange looking as the mola mola.
Though it’s something of an undiscovered gem, striking Dominica in the Caribbean won’t remain that way forever. Here’s a sampling of the best scuba diving in Dominica.
There are many reasons to dive Cozumel, but a chance to spot the endemic splendid toadfish is one of the most compelling.
Just utterance of the word “Rhinopias” can set a diver’s heart aflutter. Where can you find these wacky looking creatures, and what makes them so special?
Its Latin name, Pegasidae, is derived from a combination of Pegasus and Medusa, but in reality, the humble seamoth is far less intimidating.
With great visibility, warm water and calm conditions, legendary Sipadan and nearby Mabul offer some of the world’s best dive sites.
Sipadan Island has long featured on divers’ bucket lists. The startlingly diverse marine life of both Sipadan and nearby Mabul Island make it easy to see why.
Ever since Jacques Cousteau singled out Sipadan as a world-class destination, divers have flocked there. Barracuda Point is one of the standout dive sites among many.