The results are in. Based on the opinions of thousands of divers from across the globe, our annual Top 100 Readers Choice Awards showcase the best scuba diving in the world.
We are in Newfoundland on a 10-day adventure that will take us snorkeling with whales, scuba diving on World War II wrecks, hiking along the East Coast Trail, and canoeing and fishing in the Terra Nova National Park.
The saying “good things come in small packages” definitely applies to those destinations renowned for macro diving. Here are 10 places that pay off big time when it comes to spotting tiny marine life.
Looking for an opinion you trust on the world’s best overall dive destination? Top big-animal encounters? Destinations with the healthiest reefs? Look no further — we’ve got the answers.
The Top 100 Gold List of operators, resorts, liveaboards, experiences (such as best wall, shore and artificial-reef sites), beach bars, topside attractions and more was determined on a “popularity contest” basis.
On Ontario’s Niagara Peninsula, tourists come for the wining and dining, but fall for the diving.
The temperate waters that encircle Vancouver Island create some of the richest diving on North America’s west coast.
Dive Log: Secret spots & must-see dive classics.
Great Lakes shipwrecks are Canada's calling card for divers wanting to submerge in history.
February 2008 By Marli Wakeling Ask Vancouver divers where they learned to dive and most will answer, "Whytecliff Park." It's nestled at the far edge of the affluent suburb of West Vancouver, near the rugged shoreline of ...
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