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Scuba Diving Travel

Ready for your next dive trip? Here are the best destinations, liveaboards, dive resorts and vacation deals from around the world.

Standout Stay: Galapagos Sky Liveaboard

The Galapagos Sky liveaboard combines pampering, exploration and sustainability into one far-flung, luxurious package. Here’s what to expect when you book an itinerary.

Diving for Critters in North America's Fjords

Despite their frigid water temps, North America's fjords are hotbeds of sea life. Get a taste of the myriad creatures you might encounter when diving Cross and Desolation Sounds.

Rescued Endangered Sawfish in Florida Keys Dies in Captivity

On April 5, 2024, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium responded to rescue a distressed smalltooth sawfish after someone called the sawfish

Recent Articles

5 Best Dive Sites on Oregon’s South Coast

Dreaming of mystical kelp forests, barking sea lions and colorful landscapes? Check out these must-see dive sites in Oregon.

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.

What It's Like to Be a Cavern Guide in Mexico

Leading fellow divers through series of underwater caves can be extremely rewarding, but there's a lot of skill that goes into the work. Here's what it takes to become a pro cave diver.

How to Dive the Florida Panhandle Shipwreck Trail

Nearly two dozen wrecks dot the seafloor from Pensacola to Port St. Joe. Here's how to experience them all for yourself.

My First-Ever Liveaboard Trip

What's it like when you book a liveaboard dive trip for the first time? One writer reflects on her experience.

Guide to Diving in Curacao

Located in the south Caribbean Sea, tucked in between sister islands Bonaire and Aruba, Curacao has diverse diving suitable for all levels.

Diving in Statia: More Than Just Blue Beads

The Caribbean island of St. Eustatius might be known for the highly sought-after blue beads that litter parts of its surrounding sea floor, but there’s so much more to diving here than treasure-hunting.