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Candice Landau

Candice joined Scuba Diving magazine in 2022 as Content Director. She has been a PADI scuba diving instructor since 2019 and originally hails from South Africa. You can follow her diving adventures on Instagram @scubascribbles

Embracing the Deep in Chuuk Lagoon

Scuba Diving staffer Candice Landau practices mindfulness below the surface as she explores the somber shipwrecks of Chuuk Lagoon.

Delve Into Tec Diving on a Red Sea Vacation

For Scuba Diving staffers Candice Landau and Kristin Paterakis, the Red Sea proves the perfect playground for a foray into tec diving. Join the excursion onboard All Star Liveaboard’s “Wrecks of the North” itinerary.

Hot Off the Press: Reef Smart Guides Curacao

For lovers of great shore diving, Curacao is a must-visit destination. Fortunately, Reef Smart Guides' newest book will make figuring out where and how to dive it as easy as renting a tank.

6 Books Sure to Inspire Divers to Read, Act and Conserve

The perfect read for your surface interval this summer

The Invisible Ocean: A Dive Into the World of Microscopic Marine Life

Join Scuba Diving magazine staffer Candice Landau as she takes a closer look a the microorganisms you didn’t know you were diving with.

Enter Scuba Diving Magazine’s Annual Photo Contest

The annual "Through Your Lens" photo contest is now open for submissions. Cut your teeth on a well-known underwater contest whether you're a beginner or a pro.

How the BARE Guardian Tech Dry Drysuit Performed in My Intro to Cave Class

Where better to put a drysuit through its paces than in Florida's iconic cave systems? Okay, maybe Antarctica, but when you test drysuits in Florida, something that can hold up to the rough limestone walls of a cave takes precedence.

Finning Techniques All Divers Should Know

Whether you're a newer diver or a seasoned dive pro, it's useful to have a toolkit of finning techniques at your disposal. You don't need to be a tech diver to frog kick. Let's dig in.

Revolutionary New Wetsuit Harnesses Bioluminescence for Night Dives

A new wetsuit called "GlowSuit" claims to use bioluminescent technology to light up the underwater world without the need for external dive lights, with plans to develop a drysuit version as well.