Even when a dive vacation doesn’t go to plan, idyllic Long Island, Bahamas, still delivers topside beauty and underwater treats.
So, diving has become your newfound passion, or has been a part of your life for years…no matter how long you’ve been diving, there are a few giveaways that tell the rest of the world the depth (pun intended) of your addiction.
This is a unique expedition. For the first time in 50 years, divers are exploring a flooded mine on Bell Island, Newfoundland. They’re part of Bell Island Mine Quest, and ultimately, they’re doing it for you.
Some of the world’s most intrepid cave divers have begun an expedition to explore a subterranean world that’s remained hidden for more than 50 years. Ultimately, they’re doing it for you.
With Valentine’s Day just behind us, some of you might be newly engaged. If both the bride and groom are avid scuba divers, why not consider getting married underwater?
Beqa Lagoon, just off Fiji’s largest island of Viti Levu, is renowned for its world-class shark diving. It’s home to the Shark Reef Marine Reserve and a healthy population of bull sharks.
Often overshadowed by Cocos’ legendary reputation, the diving off Costa Rica’s west coast is spectacular in its own right, as I discovered when I traveled there two summers ago.
If managed correctly, aquariums have fantastic potential for educating the general public about marine life and contributing to conservation initiatives.
If you’d really like to make the leap to managing a boutique dive resort here are some tips to turn your dreams into reality.
Far from being aggressive, the manatees of Crystal River are so accustomed to humans that they’re more affectionate than I ever could have guessed.
Human error is one of the most common killers in risky activities such as scuba diving.
If you want to swim alongside these amazing penguins, Boulders Beach is the place to do so.
The beauty and wonder of the human soul will meet the astonishing diversity of nature as we escape the terrestrial confines of gravity and embrace the weightless magic of life in the sea.
Mexico’s San Ignacio Lagoon is one of the few places on Earth where it’s possible to come face-to-face with one of the ocean’s most impressive creatures without getting wet
There are currently 56 orcas in captivity around the world, each one a sentient being whose rights have been judged less important than financial profit.
Although Andy’s career often sees him filming inland, he still feels most at home in the ocean, preferably surrounded by sharks.
The waters of Dominica are fertile ground for sperm whales