Planning your next diving holiday? Are you looking for a more unique dive experience? Consider the array of benefits that come through liveaboard diving. To get out of the doldrums of everyday life, there’s perhaps no better way. Liveaboard diving means you’ll be in great company with fellow divers and you’re sure to make new friendships that last a lifetime. For more information click here.
Liveaboard Diving - Your Next Vacation
Curious about Bali? So are we. Check out the Dive Site of the Day Turtle Point.
From its mountainous peaks to its watery depths, Tobago is a Caribbean island experience unlike any other.
It’s that time of year again! Our sister publication, Scuba Diving magazine, is holding their 21st annual Reader’s Choice Awards!From the Caribbean to the Atlantic and with categories including the Best Wall, Macro and Big Animals Diving, find out if your favorite dive site made the list.
Are you looking for a tropical climate with warm water, long white sandy beaches, nearly 15,444 square miles of coral reefs and mind-blowingly beautiful flora and fauna? The Philippines is a true diver’s paradise to discover.
This year PADI is shakin' things up at Total Sub by celebrating 15 years at Grand Cayman with rescue-diver themed lessons, contests and games.
Tons of fish, fire-walking humans, and soft corals in every color make Fiji a fantastic dive destination.
This dive spot off Moalboal is known for its namesake, sardines, but the site also impresses with soft corals, tube sponges and even a frogfish or two.
Dramatic mountains and desert flanked by the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez lure divers to the southern Baja peninsula.
Think France is all about wine and cheese? Thanks to a cargo wreck that was carrying oranges back in the 70s, it’s also the home to a great wreck dive. Le Chaouen, located off Marseille, sank in 1970 and offers divers great viz (100 feet) and a colorful vista.
The Mediterranean's answer to Belize? The Blue Hole found off of Malta. Highlight: The archway that leads from the hold to the open sea. Wow.