The Bahamas is vast — with 100,000 square miles of oceanic wilderness. Four photojournalists chronicle their adventures in the Bahamas.
The Florida Keys is a magical dive destination. Two seasoned divers take their grandson to the Keys for his first dive trip. Read more about their massive exploration of the Florida Keys.
Communicable diseases are easy to catch — especially in close quarters. From common colds to salmonella, here are some great tips on how to stay healthy and avoid communicable diseases while away.
Voluntourism, when combined with a dive trip, combines the benefits of the marine environment and helping local communities. Learn more about several voluntourism opportunities found all over the world.
Mission 31 challenged a team of aquanauts to live underwater for 31 days. A documentary film shooter chronicles his journey to be a Mission 31 aquanaut.
Coral restoration projects are underway all over the world. Thanks to these projects, coral populations and reefs are thriving.
Global shark populations are threatened by fishing pressures or shark-fin poaching. However, shark conservation efforts are working to raise sharks’ reputations.
DAN member Margo Peyton created a dive camp that is safe for families. Read more about Peyton and her motivations to dive.
Underwater worms are fascinating creatures and not much is known about these species. Read more about worms.
Grab your water shoes and bathing suit, and get ready for a fun workout! Water creates perfect resistance and when an exercise ball is added, you get a total-body challenge. Get this water-based workout.