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243 Locations

Agulhas, South Africa

Visibility:50 to 100 feet (15 to 30 m)
When to go:November to February is peak blue and mako shark season
0 posts

Alice in Wonderland, Curacao

Dive Site: Alice in Wonderland, Curacao

Depth:30 to 100+ feet (9 to 30+ m)
Visibility:100 feet (30 m)
1 post

Aliwal Shoal, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Aliwal Shoal

Diving Aliwal Shoal

Hanging out with Humpbacks

2 posts

Amazon River

brazilian amazon

The Underwater Wildlife of the Brazilian Amazon

1 post

American Samoa

Samoa Creates Shark Sanctuary

Samoa Creates Shark Sanctuary in its Waters

Big Momma

Diving National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa’s Big Momma

National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa

Exploring the National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa

3 posts

Anguilla

Anguilla diving

Five Perfect Days on Anguilla

Depth:18 -30 M (60 to 100 ft)
Visibility:18M + (60 FT+)
1 post

Anilao, Philippines

Coconut Point

Dive Site: Coconut Point, Anilao, Philippines

Kirby's Rock

Dive Site: Kirby’s Rock, Anilao, Philippines

Anilao Philippines

Diving Anilao, Philippines: Macro Paradise

Depth:15 - 100 ft
Visibility:20 - 60 ft
When to go:Year-round
3 posts

Antarctica

Life Under the Ice

1 post

Apo Island, Philippines

Apo Island

Dive Site: Apo Island, Philippines

Depth:10 to 100-plus feet (3 to 30 meters)
Visibility:Can vary but generally pretty good; 50 feet viz when we were there.
When to go:year-round
1 post

Australia

Rowley Shoals

Diving Australia’s Hidden Gem: Rowley Shoals

Wolf Rock

Wolf Rock: Australia’s Newest Pelagic Dive Site

Great Barrier Reef Heroes

Great Barrier Reef Heroes

jellyfish of australia

Jellyfish of Australia

coral trees

Coral Trees on the Great Barrier Reef

Scuba Diving Christmas Island

Scuba Diving Christmas Island

Muck Diving in Chowder Bay

Muck Diving in Chowder Bay

Diving the Wreck of the SS Yongala

weedy seadragon

The Weedy Seadragon Research Project

Name Your Own Coral Reef

Name Your Own Coral Reef in Australia

Great Barrier Reef

Turtle Heaven on the Great Barrier Reef

Steve’s Bommie

Dive Site: Steve’s Bommie, Great Barrier Reef

Coral Sea

Top Five Coral Sea Dive Sites

Shark Diving in the Coral Sea

Shark Diving in the Coral Sea

Giant Cuttlefish Gathering in Whyalla

coral reefs

Trials, Recovery, and Vulnerability of our Coral Reefs

Great White

Snorkeler Checked Out by a Great White

spider crab migration

The Great Spider Crab Migration

18 posts

Azores

Night Diving in the Azores

Night Diving in the Azores

Scuba Diving in Terceira

Scuba Diving in Terceira

Monte da Guia

Scuba Diving the Monte da Guia Marine Reserve

Flores

Getting Outside on Flores in the Azores

Dive Site: Princess Alice Bank, The Azores

Depth:100 FT + (33M +)
Visibility:50 to 115+ feet (15 to 35 m)
When to go:July to mid October
5 posts

Bahamas

Reef Rescue Network

The Reef Rescue Network

Bahamas Plastic Movement

Conservation Spotlight: Bahamas Plastic Movement

shark encounters in the bahamas

Top Four Shark Encounters in the Bahamas

SeaBob

Diving the Bahamas with Stuart Cove’s and SeaBob

Scuba Diving with Oceanic Whitetips

5 posts

Bali

Horrifying Plastic Pollution in Bali

Wakatobi

Effortless Luxury: The Wakatobi Experience

Padang Bai

Dive Site: The Jetty, Padang Bai, Bali, Indonesia

USAT Liberty

Diving the USAT Liberty

4 posts

Bare Island

Bare Island

My Favorite Dive: Bare Island, Sydney, Australia

Depth:10-60 feet (3-18 m)
Visibility:7-50 feet (2-15 m)
Location:Sydney, Australia
When to go:Year Round
1 post

Barkley Sound

0 posts

Bassas da India

Bassas Da India

Bassas Da India: On The Trail Of Treasure

Depth:15 - 1000 feet
Visibility:20 - 100 feet, depending on weather
Location:Indian Ocean
When to go:May - October
1 post
New stuff
ornate ghost pipefish

Marine Species: Ghost Pipefish

Within the pipefish family, ghost pipefish are something special, and always a treat to see on a dive. Here we’ll look at four well-known species.
by Hélène Reynaud
Ashkhabad

Preserving America’s Underwater Battlefield: the Ashkhabad

This year, Scuba Diver Life and NOAA are partnering to profile 12 different ships in the Graveyard of the Atlantic. This month we’ll visit the Ashkhabad.
by Rebecca Strauss
Reef Rescue Network

The Reef Rescue Network

The Perry Institute for Marine Science is a nonprofit organization committed to protecting the oceans. To that end, they’ve created the Reef Rescue Network.
by Hayley-Jo Carr
Explorer Ventures

Explorer Ventures Adds New Red Sea Itinerary and New Maldives Yacht

Expanding into new waters, the Explorer Ventures Liveaboard Fleet adds an incredible itinerary in the Red Sea and a new yacht in the Maldives.
by Press Release