Like all the world’s coral reefs, the Great Barrier Reef is under threat. But the world’s largest living organism has some Great Barrier Reef heroes on its side.
Thanks to the media, many people think of sharks as monsters of the deep. But a new study has found something surprising: just like human beings, sharks have friends.
The Great Barrier Reef is under constant threat from pressures of all sorts. But some passionate individuals are doing what they can by helping to grow more-resilient corals.
The decreasing dugong population in southern Thailand forced the locals there to do something about it. Saving the dugongs of Si Kao has become a team effort.
The Great Barrier Reef faces massive environmental threats, including outbreaks of crown-of-thorns starfish. An army of reef warriors is stepping up to help.
These young women from the jungle islands of Papua could be the beginning of a movement that builds momentum for sustainable management of the natural resources of PNG.
Koh Ha is a tiny group of uninhabited islands, about an hour’s boat ride from Trang on Thailand’s southwest coast. And it makes for some fantastic diving.
Manta Sandy in Raja Ampat is a legendary dive site. What makes it so special?
There’s a new shark dive in Fiji at the Yasawa Islands, and even those on a Discover Scuba experience can participate.
Turtles, mantas and leopard sharks await when you’re scuba diving in Cook Island, Australia, just beyond the theme parks of Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Known as “Australia’s Galapagos Islands,” scuba diving Christmas Island means an experience rich in biodiversity.
Fifteen years ago, Cabbage Tree Bay in the Sydney suburb of Manly was entirely fished out. But thanks to effective conservation, the reef has rebounded spectacularly.
The muck diving in Chowder Bay, in the Sydney suburb of Mosman, offers nudibranchs, seahorses, frogfish and more.
Here are our picks for the top five places to dive with grey nurse sharks in New South Wales, Australia.
In the early 1980s, a young Japanese diver discovered the Yonaguni Monument. Could it be the lost city of Atlantis?
It’s possible to “name a star,” usually as a gift, but now you can name your own coral reef as well, in Australia at Lord Howe Island.