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Top 3 Reasons to Visit the Diving Capital of Latin America

It's not surprising that Cozumel is Mexico's most visited island, drawing more than 4.5 million visitors per year. Cozumel, meaning "Island of the Swallows", is located on the world's second largest barrier reef. It is home to some of the best dive sites that feature an average of 80 feet visibility year-round, colorful marine life, spectacular topside activities, great shopping, and is rich with culture. Considered to be the "Diving Capital of Latin America", here's our list of the top three reasons to visit the stunning island of Cozumel.

How to Sustainably Celebrate the Holiday Season

The holidays are a notoriously wasteful time of year, but they don’t have to be. Follow this scuba diver’s guide to a low-impact holiday that doesn’t harm the ocean.

Maui, the Aftermath: Stories of Loss, Grief and Community

How the unprecedented fires devastated a historic town and its people-including the dive community. Here is what you need to know three months later and how you can help

Scuba Diving's 2024 Readers Choice Awards

You've spoken–this is the best diving in the world.

World's Best Scuba Diving Liveaboards for 2024

The world's best scuba diving liveaboards voted by Scuba Diving readers.

World's Best Scuba Diving Resorts to Visit In 2024

We asked readers to evaluate resorts they’ve visited in the past two years on several metrics and to rank the best resort they’ve stayed with overall.

World's Best Scuba Diving Operators 2024

Scuba Diving readers say these dive operators are the best in the biz.

Stella Diamant Recognized as November's Sea Hero

Ten years ago, nobody was tracking, researching or, most importantly, protecting Madagascar’s local whale shark population. This project, spearheaded by our November Sea Hero, changed everything.

How Divers Around the World Are Celebrating Halloween

Halloween is here, and as it turns out, divers have come up with rather clever ways to take the festivities below the surface. Curious about how divers celebrate spooky season, we reached out to some of our friends from around the world to find out.