The best scuba diving in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, means whale sharks, wrecks, and Ras Mohammed National Park.
North Sulawesi is home to some of Indonesia’s — if not the world’s — best wall diving. Here are our picks for the best scuba diving in Bunaken.
Don’t let chilly temperatures keep you out of the water. The world’s best cold water scuba diving offers wrecks, crystal-clear visibility, kelp forests, tons of fish and more.
While neighboring Bali is firmly established on the tourist circuit, nearby Lombok remains something of a hidden gem. Here’s some of the best scuba diving in Lombok.
With winter upon us, you may be considering a tropical dive vacation. But instead, don’t fight the cold and try one of our five top spots for ice diving.
Technical diving courses can be intense. There’s lots to learn and when you graduate, all that information is fresh in your mind. What’s next?
There are a few tricks that recreational divers can pick up from technical divers when it comes to preparing for a dive. Here are a few of the best.
In the latest in our series on how to get started and progress through technical diving, we offer an introduction to rebreather diving and what makes it special.
In the third installment of our series on technical diving, we’re moving away from beginner-level courses and into the world of trimix diving.
Although the phrase ‘technical diving’ tends to conjure images of deep descents, the initial stages of decompression diving are far less intimidating once you begin.
Two divers on the same dive may have vastly different readings on their dive computers. Why does this happen, and how do you know which dive computer is right for you?
Entry-level courses make technical diving for beginners an attainable challenge. Are you ready to enter the world of tech?
Choosing the best instructor course can make a huge difference when taking those first few steps towards working within an extremely popular industry.
Buying that first set of dive gear can be a daunting task for newly qualified diver, it’s hard to separate what’s important from what’s not. Here are our top tips to help you pick what’s right for you.
With its origins firmly lodged within the cave-diving community, sidemount diving has long been associated with technical diving only. But now, more and more recreational divers are discovering the the configuration’s benefits. So what’s sparked their interest?
The Rescue Diver course is one of the most valuable certifications you can pursue. But how do you know when you’re ready to use your dive knowledge to help others, and what should you expect?
Similar to Norway’s fjords, saltwater lochs with access to the Atlantic line Scotland’s west coast, offering ideal territory for training and practice dives.
Seeing a girl on the boat gearing up and running through checks for a technical dive has certainly helped break down barriers for prospective students.