With more than 400 cays, three coral atolls, 500 species of fish, and over 100 species of coral, the best scuba diving in Belize offers something for everyone.
The underwater world in Thailand is rich and varied, and the scuba diving in Koh Lanta is no exception. Here are our picks for some of the best sites.
The best scuba diving in Krabi offers drop-offs, reefs, wall dives, swim-throughs, and caverns that are home to over 200 species of fish and 80 species of coral.
The diving in the Maldives is iconic, with everything from macro to manta rays. Here are our picks for some of the best scuba diving in the north Maldives.
The best diving in Sulawesi ranges from walls to reefs to pelagics and macro. With so much to see, here are a few of our choices for must-dives.
You’ve taken the plunge (pun intended) and learned to dive, now it’s time to get your own equipment. Here are some considerations when it comes to buying your first scuba diving BCD.
There are lots of options when it comes to selecting your first scuba diving mask. Here’s a guide to help you with the process.
A good wetsuit can make the difference between a great dive and calling a dive because of cold. Here are some tips on buying your first scuba diving wetsuit.
If you’ve recently learned to dive, you’re probably in the market for your first dive computer. With lots of entry-level options on the market, the choice can be confusing.
If you’re an ocean lover and environmentalist, here are five places where you can help the ocean while traveling.
They’re a tropical paradise topside, but the scuba diving in the Similan Islands is the draw for thousands of visitors every year.
There’s nothing more magical than descending a buoy line and seeing a structure materialize out of the blue. The Boonsung wreck offers that very experience.
The popular movie “The Beach,” starring Leonardo DiCaprio, put it firmly on the map. Here, we take a look at some of the best scuba diving in Koh Phi Phi.
In the face of ever-increasing ocean pollution, the hashtag #IsThisYours attempts to hold companies accountable for their plastic production.
Although you may not have heard of it, the scuba diving in Pulau Weh, Indonesia, makes the trek to this tiny island well worthwhile.
Cleaning up the ocean “one dive at a time” is a great way we can individually contribute to saving our oceans.