Starkly beautiful islands, dragons, volcanoes, azure waters, luscious reefs, and a huge and healthy biodiversity of underwater critters make diving the Komodo area of Indonesia a truly unforgettable experience. The photos of underwater photographer Judy G showcases the region.
American divers are the luckiest on the planet. Our fair country boasts some of the best dive sites in the world, from the towering kelp forests of California to the silent underwater museums of the Great Lakes, the deep, cold quarries of the Midwest, the wreck-littered Outer Banks of North Carolina, and the sunny coral gardens of the Florida Keys. Take a look at the best of American dive culture.
The Cancun Convention and Visitors Bureau recently announced the opening of a Visitors Center for the Cancun Underwater Museum. The center showcases 26 replicas of the museum's most popular underwater sculptures, and a recent submersion of 11 pieces of Jason de Caires Taylor's work increased the museum's total sculpture count to 500 pieces of underwater art.