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Dominica’s Dive Fest celebrates 15 years

Dominica’s Dive Fest, the Caribbean’s longest running scuba diving festival, encourages visitors to discover the beautiful landscapes and colourful marine life within the island’s...
Red Sea Coral Reef

The 3 best locations in the world for scuba diving

The world we live in is a beautiful one, from its rolling hills and mountains, and its sweeping, endless pastures, to the mysterious depths...
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...
Lionfish

Marine Invaders Threaten Galapagos

Increasing tourism and the spread of marine invasive non-native species is threatening the unique undersea life around the Galapagos Islands.
Humpback whale fluke - whale watching worldwide

Watching Whales Worldwide

Where to watch whales around the world
Loggerhead Turtle, Caretta caretta

Maldives Citizen Science aims to protect turtles

Of the seven species of marine turtles in the world, five species have been recorded in the Maldives. A new paper recommends stringent protection...
ice diving

Ice Diving – the Ultimate Adventure

Ice divers experience unique underwater environments and marine life that few people get to see. There is nothing quite like the peace of being under the ice, surrounded by bright blue water and ice formations.

World’s Most Robust Marine Reserve is at Baja California

A thriving undersea wildlife park tucked away near the southern tip of Mexico's Baja peninsula has proven to be the most robust marine reserve...
Save on Aggressor liveaboard

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!
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.