The Galapagos Islands repeatedly tops the world’s lists of best diving destinations. Big and diverse marine animals are certainly a draw, but many love the topside attractions. Read more about traveling to the Galapagos Islands.
Hawaii is more than black lava rock, pineapples and grass skirts: It has a plethora of marine life, rich culture and beyond. Read more about diving and visiting in Hawaii.
The Ocean Views photo competition quickly created a reputation for excellence in wildlife and marine photography. Check out the winners and honorable mentions of Ocean Views 2011.
Photo competitions can be great tools to assess your photography skills. Read more about how to find and enter into photo competitions.
Sponge divers became proud providers in their communities, with their ability to dive deep without protective equipment and harvest sponges. Sponge diving has a rich history. Read more about sponge divers.
The Kittiwake was purposefully sunk at the Cayman Islands as a way to inject newness into local tourism. Learn more about the decades-long process of making a shipwreck out of the Kittiwake.
DAN member Michael Lang is an accomplished scientist who made significant contributions to Antarctic science. Read more about the career of Lang and his interest in marine science.
Geocaching is a sport of high-tech treasure hunting and as popularity grew, it soon went underwater, too. Scuba geocaching combines the thrill of treasure hunting with scuba for a fun experience. Learn more about scuba geocaching.
DAMSL is a free educational resource for students, educators and divers to learn more about the marine world. Learn more about DAMSL.
Frogfish are major draws for naturalists and divers — they are unique and well-adapted hunters. Thanks to a tiny rod in its head, they can tempt meals easily and efficiently. Read more about frogfish and their unique hunting rituals.