In the clear, blue water about 30 minutes from Cancun, divers and snorkelers can visit the Cancun Underwater Museum (MUSA).
Although the Galapagos is by far the country’s most famous dive destination, you can also dive with giant manta rays in Ecuador along the coast.
Umzumbe in KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa is not a particularly famous dive location, but last November two divers discovered a coelacanth.
White Star Park near Gibsonburg, Ohio offers 800 acres of lovely scenery, and features White Star Quarry, a freshwater lake perfect for a day’s diving.
While Tahiti is the most famous island in French Polynesia, divers know that Rangiroa is tops for underwater action.
Veterans Park at Redondo Beach is best known as a dive-training site, but it’s also a relaxing shore dive for experienced divers.
Although it doesn’t typically pop to mind when considering a dive trip, an underwater prison in Estonia makes for an incredibly unique dive.
Dive computers are ubiquitous in the scuba community. As responsible divers, we should still understand the theory behind the calculations they make.
Artificial reefs and scuttled wrecks can offer intriguing dives and habitat for marine life. But are they as beneficial as we think?
The IUCN Red List was established to track threatened species. Unfortunately, 28 sharks and rays appear on the list. Here’s the lowdown on 20 of them.
So you got your dive qualification — now what? Here’s how to keep those newly acquired dive skills fresh.
The Portland Underwater Curiosity Park in Castletown, Portland, U.K. combines interesting manmade artifacts with a wreck.
Touching seahorses to manipulate them for pictures (and using a strong flash) is a big no-no, as it causes the animals much stress.
There’s not a lot of research on the effects of diving on children, so what do you need to know when it comes to getting your child certified?
Shallow water blackouts: what are they and how can you prevent them?
Three main factors account for most possible causes of scuba diving accidents: human error, equipment failure, and the environment.
The Saint Chamond cargo ship, also known as “The Train Wreck,” offers divers a unique opportunity to dive both a shipwreck and train wreckage.
Coral reefs are in trouble. But recently, a team of researchers found a new way to attract fish back to degraded reefs: the sound of healthy reefs.