Keeping everything you need dry and close to hand is a key component of a successful day out on a dive boat. With that in mind, here’s our list of drybag essentials.
Washed by the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Mexico is a dream dive destination. Here’s our guide to a successful visit to Mexico in Covid times.
With daily flights from many North American cities, now is the time to enjoy world-famous dives and lush landscapes. Here’s our diver’s guide to Belize in Covid times.
Surrounded by a marine reserve, Bonaire is a biodiversity hotspot and a perennial diver favorite, but is it open for business? Here’s our diver’s guide to Bonaire in Covid times.
Easily accessible from the United States and famed for its shark diving, wrecks and reefs, the Bahamas is a perfect place to start traveling again. Here’s our diver’s guide to visiting the Bahamas in Covid times.
It’s time to get creative to save coral reefs — one Israeli academic is using 3D printing to create artificial reefs in the Red Sea.
Raja Ampat and the Galapagos probably already appear on your list, but here are five alternative diving bucket list destinations that belong there as well.
Doing what you love while helping the planet sounds like a win-win to us. From reef checks to voluntourism, here’s how you can support ocean conservation by diving.
A new underwater museum in Cannes, France, with work by artist Jason de Caires Taylor has just opened.
Perth, in Western Australia, has a thriving scuba community. Here are our picks for the top five shore dives in Perth.
As environmental pressure continues to grow, it’s important to try to travel green. With that in mind, here are eight eco-tips for your next scuba diving trip.
Are you bobbing adrift in a vast ocean of websites, policies, and promises? Here’s how to choose an eco-friendly operator for your next dive.
NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries has announced the Get Into Your Sanctuary contest winners.
Divers, dive magazines and online travel sites all agree: Bloody Bay Marine Park in Little Cayman is a world-class destination.
If you’re just beginning to explore the world of underwater photography, these five underwater photo tips for beginners can help.
As the tide recedes on the Kona Coast, Hawaii tidepool marine life on the Big Island turns into miniature worlds, ripe for exploration.
Diving in nearby Truk and Palau is well known, but you also don’t want to miss the scuba diving in Kosrae, Micronesia’s hidden gem.
Make tying the knot even more memorable in one of these locations, the world’s best places to get married underwater.