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.
Discover one of Bali's best dive sites — for both the little and big creatures of the sea.
While scuba diving may not be the first thought that pops into your head when these big city destinations in South East Asia are mentioned, you may be surprised by their thriving diving communities and easy access to some of the world’s best diving spots from these cities.
For as long as divers have prowled the seas, The Florida Keys & Key West have been revered as one of the top dive destinations in the Western Hemisphere. Within the federally protected waters of the 2,900 nautical square mile Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary lies the most extensive living coral reef in North American waters. Revered for its consistently clear water and easy access, the Florida Keys Reef Tract offers something for divers of every skill level.
When it comes to diving in cooler temps Greenland hits the mark as one of the world's best dive sites.
The hardest part of a week-long vacation here is fitting in all the diving and topside fun.
Hawaii’s Garden Isle offers a wild, lush experience above and below the water.
Mingle with mantas and cruise serious currents in this North Pacific island-nation.
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.