Liz Parkinson

Liz Parkinson


Liz learnt to Scuba Dive while on a swimming scholarship at the University of Hawaii. The underwater world has now become the focal point in Liz’s life. She is an avid shark diver and ocean conservationist. She can be frequently found underwater amongst the sharks. Currently living in Nassau, Bahamas, she is also a well rounded free diver and underwater model.

Liz works with several conservation campaigns and non-profits helping to raise money, concern and interest in preserving our underwater world.

Stories by Liz
Best Dive Sites in the Bahamas
Travel Dive Locations

The Best Dive Sites in the Bahamas

The waters of the Bahamas are spectacular even from space, as astronaut Scott Kelly has shown in images captured from the International Space Station. But what’s below the waves is even more beautiful.

School House Reef
Dive Locations

Dive Site: School House Reef, Nassau, Bahamas

The clear, turquoise waters that surround and flow between this group of about 700 atolls and cays, making up the Bahamian islands, are indeed a diver’s paradise.

Tunnel Wall
Dive Locations

Dive Site: Tunnel Wall, New Providence, Nassau, Bahamas

Here we tend to find a more rugged expanse of rocky outcrops, hard corals and tunnel-like swim- throughs.

Dive Locations

Dive Site: DC3, New Providence, Nassau, Bahamas

There are not many places you can dive were an artificial reef was once the backdrop for a Hollywood film.

New stuff

Fiji Siren Lost at Sea

In a still-developing story, Worldwide Dive and Sail has confirmed that the Fiji Siren has been lost at sea, luckily with no loss of life.
by Rebecca Strauss
Wakatobi Dive Resort

Top of the Reef at Wakatobi Dive Resort

You don’t need to go deep at Wakatobi Dive Resort to see something spectacular.
by Guest Author

Shearwater Landing on Deepblu Connect

Leading Innovative Tech Diving Company becomes the Third to Integrate
by Press Release
dive against debris

What is Dive Against Debris?

Diving against debris not only has the obvious positive effects for marine life and our ocean but is also now helping drive policy changes for a cleaner future.
by Hayley-Jo Carr