New Zealand is incredibly inspiring to divers because of its amazing sites — above and under the water. The marine critters are colorful, large and amazing. Read more about how to dive New Zealand.
St. Lucia is a vibrant place with plenty for divers to explore under the water and topside. Learn more about St. Lucia, its dive sites and how exactly to dive it.
Whales are a complex species of mammals that in some instances were brought to the brink of extinction. Today, whales are revered. Learn more about how whales impacted one family.
Mental health is incredibly important, especially after a traumatic dive event. But what does that look like? Learn some great tips and practical strategies for recognizing and managing stressful situations.
California created a network of underwater wilderness reserves. These marine protected areas offer great diving. Read more.
SCUBAnauts is an organization that provides hands-on marine science education. SCUBAnauts has worked on reef restoration projects to turtle and fish studies. Read more.
A recipient of the Our World–Underwater Scholarship Society Rolex Scholarship discusses what a year was like with that distinction and honor. The year, she writes, was one of education and adventure.
DAN member, photographer and cinematographer Bob Talbot discusses why he is a member and how he became fascinated with the underwater world.
Baja, in the Gulf of California, is home to creatures big and small. Learn more about from this first-person encounter on the critters of Baja.
Core muscles are incredibly important for everyday activities, but also for scuba diving. A stronger core reduces the risk of injury when lifting dive gear and it promotes years of pain-free diving. Learn more great core exercises.