The cold, nutrient-rich waters off the Southern California coast are host to a wide variety of habitats, each filled with…
European divers flock to the El Cabron Marine Reserve in the Canary Islands each year to explore the area’s rich variety of subtropical marine life.
Spectacular subtropical reefs and a scuttled navy destroyer make the Sunshine Coast a very popular dive destination in Australia.
Madang in Papua New Guinea has a wonderful variety of dive sites and marine life. The area’s most unique marine animal is a little shark that walks on its fins, the rare, hooded epaulette shark.
We can’t wait to get back to scuba diving in Bali—here are some of our favorite places to dip under the waves!
The travel world is beginning to open up again, and there’s no better way to celebrate than a trip featuring scuba diving in Malta.
Macro diving in Lembeh Strait is unparalleled when it comes to looking for the weirdest and wackiest critters. Here are some of the stars of the show.
The Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park in Grenada was the first created by artist Jason deCaires Taylor. Here are some highlights.
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.
Washed by the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Mexico is a dream dive destination. Here’s our guide to a successful visit to Mexico in Covid times.
With daily flights from many North American cities, now is the time to enjoy world-famous dives and lush landscapes. Here’s our diver’s guide to Belize in Covid times.
Surrounded by a marine reserve, Bonaire is a biodiversity hotspot and a perennial diver favorite, but is it open for business? Here’s our diver’s guide to Bonaire in Covid times.
Easily accessible from the United States and famed for its shark diving, wrecks and reefs, the Bahamas is a perfect place to start traveling again. Here’s our diver’s guide to visiting the Bahamas in Covid times.
Ningaloo Reef and its annual whale shark migration maybe the most famous dive destination in Western Australia, but diving Rottnest Island is not to be missed.
Divers have several 1789 earthquakes to thank for creating one of the world’s most famous cold-water dive sites. Here’s what you need to know about scuba diving in Silfra, Iceland.
As the world begins to open up, the Seychelles is leading the effort to bring back tourists. Here’s what you can expect when scuba diving Alphonse Island in the Seychelles.
The Great Barrier Reef holds lots of famous dive sites, such as Cod Hole. But there are plenty of lesser-known gems as well. Here are 10 secret spots on the Great Barrier Reef.
Sandy beaches, year-round sunshine, not a hint of humidity in the air, and sharks — sounds good to us. Here’s our beginner’s guide to Southern California sharks to get you started.