There’s plenty of WWII history to see topside and underwater on both Gizo and New Georgia in the remote Western Province of the Solomon Islands.
The Solomon Islands is a famed dive destination, partially for the World War II wrecks resting within its waters. But with the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Guadalcanal fast approaching, there’s plenty of history to see topside as well.
Celebrating PADI Women’s Dive Day with Rich Coast Diving in Costa Rica means good diving and great company
Tiny Terceira, in the middle of the lush Azores Islands chain, offers divers plenty to see underwater and topside charms as well.
After the death of a bodyboarder due to a shark attack in Reunion Island, pro surfer Kelly Slater thinks a shark cull is in order.
Sharkwater director Rob Stewart has been missing since surfacing from a dive in the Florida Keys on the evening of January 31.
Twelve days aboard the Damai Dua (Damai II) liveaboard offers lucky guests the chance to sample the best of the best in Indonesia. Here are our top five dive sites from the cruise.
The muck diving at Lembeh Resort, off North Sulawesi in Indonesia, is world-class. Here are our picks for the top five critters at Lembeh.
The verdant islands of the Azores puncture the surface of the vast North Atlantic Ocean around 850 miles west of mainland Portugal. Flores is an undiscovered jewel among them.
That the diving at Wakatobi in southeastern Sulawesi, Indonesia, is amazing will come as news to no one. Here’s a quick peek at our top five favorite dive sites at Wakatobi.
You might think that after 11 days spent on the luxurious Damai II liveaboard in Indonesia visiting Alor and Komodo we’d be ready for dry land. You’d be wrong.
Muck diving and Lembeh are synonymous for good reason — divers on the hunt for marvelous macro can consider paradise found at Lembeh Resort.
The Wakatobi experience actually begins in Bali, where lucky visitors to this paradise in southeastern Sulawesi are whisked to the resort via private jet.
A visit to Bali would be incomplete without a dive at the island’s most iconic site, the USAT Liberty wreck, which lies in 10 to 100 feet (3 to 30 m) of water just off the coast of Tulamben.
Manta Point in Nusa Penida, Indonesia, offers an almost guaranteed chance to dive with mantas. There’s no better way to visit them than with PADI Five Star CDC Crystal Divers.