The cold, nutrient-rich waters off the Southern California coast are host to a wide variety of habitats, each filled with…
Sandy beaches, year-round sunshine, not a hint of humidity in the air, and sharks — sounds good to us. Here’s our beginner’s guide to Southern California sharks to get you started.
Diving or snorkeling with green sea turtles in La Jolla is a year-round activity, but especially enjoyable during the peak months of October and November.
Uniquely situated between the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, these two powerful bodies of water make diving Cabo San Lucas truly extraordinary.
As we define the “new normal,” many divers are eager to get back in the water. Boat diving and COVID-19 safety measures are one particular area of interest.
Beneath the waves lies a wonderland — Southern California sea life inhabits a magical realm, including forests, canyons and caves. Here are some highlights.
The southern Channel Islands kelp forests in California are a playground for divers. Here’s what you need to know to dip under the waves.
You can snorkel with whale sharks in La Paz each year from October to May, when these gentle giants visit the area to feast on a seasonal abundance of plankton and krill.
If you’ve never had the pleasure of diving with sea lions — the “puppies of the sea,” Northern Baja’s Coronado Islands are a great place to start.