Although it doesn’t typically pop to mind when considering a dive trip, an underwater prison in Estonia makes for an incredibly unique dive.
Snorkeling with smooth hammerheads in the Azores takes patience, but the wait is worth it when these shy sharks come out to play.
Calm seas, clear skies and no wind mean a glorious experience on a liveaboard to the Coral Sea, Australia.
The owners of Lissenung Dive Resort in Papua New Guinea are fully committed to doing their part to save the turtles of Papua New Guinea.
Australia’s newest wreck, the ex-HMAS Tobruk, provides divers with another great reason to explore this stretch of the southern Great Barrier Reef.
The South African Cape is well known for fabulous dive sites thanks to the meeting of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. Miller’s Point is one such site.
The island of Munda, in the Solomon Islands’ Western Province, offers plentiful diverse dive sites, including the Cave of the Kastom Shark.
Beneath the waves lies a wonderland — Southern California sea life inhabits a magical realm, including forests, canyons and caves. Here are some highlights.
Tiny Goff’s Caye sits off the Belize coast about five miles west of Turneffe Atoll, right on the edge of the spectacular Belize Barrier Reef.
Perched on the side of the highway about halfway down the Florida Keys, sits a must-stop for divers: the Florida Keys History of Diving Museum.
The Portland Underwater Curiosity Park in Castletown, Portland, U.K. combines interesting manmade artifacts with a wreck.
Tech diving requires a significant amount of equipment and financial investment, let alone tech diving and traveling. How do tech divers find a balance when they want to hit the road?
Diving the Pantanal in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul offers visitors the chance to see not only anacondas, but also a wild array of marine life.
The southern Channel Islands kelp forests in California are a playground for divers. Here’s what you need to know to dip under the waves.
Diving the Quetta, a huge shipwreck from the 1880s, will bring you face to face with amazing marine life everywhere you look.
If you’re an ocean lover and environmentalist, here are five places where you can help the ocean while traveling.
They’re a tropical paradise topside, but the scuba diving in the Similan Islands is the draw for thousands of visitors every year.
The Great Detached Reef is a little-known location on the Great Barrier Reef almost as far north as you can go. What’s it like?