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Saving Marine Life during COVID-19

Fighting the ever growing problem of ocean trash through beach cleanups and underwater gill net removals, saving thousands of marine lives that would have otherwise perished is being hampered by COVID-19 - can you help?

When can you travel to dive again and where can you go?

Countries around the world are easing their covid-19 lockdowns. Which areas will soon be open for divers?
Anemones

Life Under Water Challenge photography contest is now open

A new photography contest has launched celebrating marine biodiversity in honour of World Environment Day and World Oceans Day.Launched by social enterprise Positive Travel...
Beach

Corona Virus Impacts Pacific Island Divers

Diving island destinations are imposing new regulations on travellers entering their countries who have visited anywhere else with incidents in the last fortnight.
Diving on mast of Shouna by Tim Nicholson of SCUBA Travel

15% Off Scuba Diving Travel Insurance

We've negotiated a special discount for SCUBA News readers on diving travel insurance - get 15% off from Columbus Direct.Columbus Direct offers...
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.
Kimon M wreck in the Egyptian Red Sea. On Shab Abu Nuhas Reef along with the Giannis D, the Carnatic and the Chrisoula K.

Best Wreck Diving Sites in 2020

1. The Yongala, Australia Claiming the title of the best wreck dive in the world, is the Yongala. Full of marine life you may see...
barracuda

Malaysia changes dates of Sipadan Closure

Rated one of the best diving areas in the world, Sipadan will be closed this year during November - a change from the previously...
Coral reef

Solomon Islands now requires divers to have Measles Vaccination Evidence

The diving in the Solomon Islands is excellent. Their remoteness means that the dive sites are unspoilt. WWII wrecks, caves, coral gardens and immense...
Mobula ray jumping out of the water. Mobula munkiana, known as the manta de monk, Munk's devil ray, pygmy devil ray, smoothtail mobula, is a species of ray in the family Myliobatida. Pacific ocean

Best Places to Dive in January

Planning your January trip? There are loads of fantastic places to go at the start of the year. Mexico scuba diving in January is...