Contact

We welcome and love new contributions from our growing community. 

Tone:  Positive. Take a look around and see what we've previously posted.

Original Content: We ask that posts submitted be unique and original to Scuba Diver Life. We do not accept posts that have already been published or submitted elsewhere online (not even on your personal blog) or that you plan to distribute to other websites. We're interested in submissions from both writers and photographers.

We are not interested in SEO-driven submissions that are not in line with our philosophy:
If you work for a content farm or are a freelancer who writes articles for the sole purpose of linking up keywords in an effort to boost SEO, we are not interested.

Acceptance: Since we do not compensate most contributors for posts, we're more than happy to include a byline and your brief bio containing links to your website, Facebook, Twitter accounts, in the finished post.

Once your posts go live, please share with your friends via email, your website, Facebook, Twitter, and any other social media. The more people who view your post, the better is it for you. If your post performs extremely well and you become a regular contributor (one post a week), you can earn a spot as a highly-coveted "Team Member" on our team page.

By submitting to Scuba Diver Life you acknowledge that you accept our terms of use and any form of editing that might occur on behalf of the Scuba Diver Life editorial team.

Please complete the form at right to find out more about our submission process.

We’d love to hear from you!

Nadia@ScubaDiverLife.com

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Scuba Diver Life
650 Castro St. Mountain View,
California 94041

New stuff
Shark Feeding Dives

The PADI AWARE Shark Conservation Specialty

If you’re interested in sharks, the PADI AWARE Shark Conservation specialty course might be a good fit.
by Hélène Reynaud
meandering corals

Introduction to Meandering Corals of the Indo-Pacific

Meandering corals are often called brain corals because they form round colonies resembling brains. Learn how to tell them apart with our guide here.
by Nicole Helgason
Mexico scuba diving

The Best Scuba Diving in Mexico

We know it’s a broad category, with such a diverse range of animals and geography, but here are our picks for some of the best scuba diving in Mexico.
by Juanita Pienaar
manta bommie

Diving Manta Bommie in Brisbane

Mantas: the Maldives, Komodo, Bali, Raja Ampat…and Brisbane? That’s right, you can see mantas just offshore from Brisbane at a fantastic site called Manta Bommie.
by Deborah Dickson-Smith