Often considered the pinnacle of any scuba diving career, the remote Galápagos Islands of Ecuador are home to hammerheads, penguins, seals and more.
Made famous by Darwin, the Galápagos Islands are a magnet for scuba divers from around the world. The remote location, separated from the continent by the deep sea, along with the perfect mixture of temperature and nutrients
From huge great white sharks to thousands of tiny sardines, diving in South Africa promises marine life encounters you’ll remember for a lifetime.
From adrenalin-inducing encounters with Great White Sharks to thousands of tiny sardines in tight-knit chains, South Africa offers divers a bit of everything. On the west coast, you’ll find temperate reefs with colorful invertebrates. Whereas
Raja Ampat is one of the top dive destinations in the world but even here there are some dive sites that stand out form the rest. The following are the dives I enjoyed the most during my last trip.
This site is a small east to west ridge, which rises to only 10 meters, and is composed of
Boasting whale sharks, manta rays and superb liveaboards, the 26 paradisiacal atolls of the Maldives offer scuba divers an unforgettable experience.
Most of the diving in this paradisiacal island nation is defined by pinnacles (thila) and channels (kandu). These are created by the unique topography of the atolls. Pelagic marine life is enticed through the current-swept channels and congregates around
The Maldives are (or should be) on every diver’s to-do list. With its perfect white sand beaches, warm water, and stunning marine life, it is absolutely one of the best dive vacations out there. Before you book a trip to this excellent Indian Ocean island nation, here are 5 things you should know on the best time to go,
I worked as a diving instructor in the Maldives for a few seasons, and I had the privilege of living there for a couple of years. Maldives is a phenomenal place for diving: the water is warm, the sea is flat, and the marine life is stunning.
The Maldives is one of those places where diving is “comfortable”. I mean,