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Save up to $1500 on Liveaboard Diving Trips from March to May

Founded in 1984, the Aggressor Fleet has become one of the household names in liveaboard diving. And you can save up to $1500 on their selected itineraries from now until May. Don't miss out!
Nurse sharks

Best places to scuba dive in March

March is a great month for shark diving, both in the northern and southern hemisphere. The Ningaloo Reef UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Western...
Gosei Maru Wreck. Photo courtesy of SS Thorfinn

Best Destinations for Wreck Diving

Wreck diving is fascinating and provides unique opportunities to delve into human history whilst enjoying exceptional marine life. There are shipwrecks in shallow and...
Thistlegorm by Tobias Friedrich

Thistlegorm Photo Wins Underwater Photographer of the Year

Stupendous underwater photos showcased in the winners of the Underwater Photographer of the Year competition.
Diving with Sharks

Best Scuba Diving in February

February is particularly good for shark loving scuba divers and is a month with dive highlights around the globe.
Liveaboard

PADI absorbs the Diviac Liveaboard Booking Agency

Diviac – the liveaboard booking website – has become PADI Travel but will still offer a 'Best Price Guarantee'
by Ray Chin, Taiwan Elegant mother and calf

Vote now for the Wildlife Photo of the Year – People’s Choice Competition

Now is your chance to vote for your favourite image in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Scalloped hammerhead sharks are generally found in...
Whaleshark

Top 10 diver resolutions for the New Year

With the New Year here, it’s time to get those resolutions underway. Traditionally a time to set personal goals, what better way to begin...
Scuba diving bestsellers 2017

Diving Bestseller List 2017 Released Today

SCUBA Travel are pleased to release their annual list of the best-selling diving books and DVDs. Fifty Places to Dive Before You Die keeps its...
Fiji Siren

Fiji Siren Liveaboard Sinks

Fiji Siren sinks into 240 m of water after being holed in Bligh Water. All divers and crew safely abandoned ship.