Dive Travel Features 2018-01-18T21:44:37+00:00

Dive Travel Features

Komodo on a Shoestring

Well, perhaps shoestring is stretching it a little, but it doesn’t have to cost a monarch’s ransom to enjoy what is Read more...

Where Water Flows Uphill

An experiment using green-dyed water established long ago that something strange was happening in Kefalonia – and nothing has Read more...

Vanishing Frontier

‘Warming up' in Iceland for a trip to the great unknown of Greenland gave MICHAEL SALVAREZZA and CHRISTOPHER P WEAVER a keen Read more...

Far North Far From Dead

Australian diver NIGEL MARSH has been exploring the Great Barrier Reef for 40 years – and he won’t take those apocalyptic reports lying down Read more...

What’s Up With Yoko

When your heart is set on visiting a hard-to-access destination, you have to hope that the diving infrastructure is up to the job Read more...

Travelling Light

Cheap and cheerful, that’s MIKE WARD as he assembles a complete set of travel-friendly dive kit and clothing that will Read more...

Short Listing 2018

Where will you be diving this year? Ten travel experts offer their predictions to STEVE WEINMAN Read more...

Adventures In Wunderland

Lembeh is so rich in weird marine organisms that you need to have at least one new gotta-see on your list when you go Read more...

Smiling All The Way To Sunny Spain

One of several European destinations featured in our 2018 holiday round-up is Spain, where there are several contenders for Read more...

In Deep In Aqaba

We’ve heard a lot about Jordan’s attractions in conventional recreational depths, but what does Jordan’s stretch Read more...

Grand Reserve

The waters around the village of Portofino in northern Italy are a fine illustration of what a marine reserve can achieve Read more...

A-list Åland

Finland's smallest region boasts an underwater wreck museum guaranteed to fascinate divers because of the level of Read more...

Glassy-Eyed and Laughing

RICHARD ASPINALL enjoys the marine life at the Amari Havodda resort on Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll, Maldives – Read more...

Species Overload in Wonderland

What makes Triton Bay in West Papua so special? THOMAS HAIDER analyses the peculiar set of circumstances Read more...

Queen Of Hearts

Crocs smiling for the camera, ever-present sharks, big friendly grouper, pristine corals, rare goldfish and starry Read more...

Rusty Pilgrimage Part 2

A tropical lagoon in the Pacific containing more than 60 WW2-era Japanese ships has been the wet dream of Read more...

Bear to Angel

Between continental Norway and the North Pole lies the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard. Diving there Read more...

Coral Spawning St Lucia-Style

WILL APPLEYARD is fortunate to catch one of nature’s great spectacles on his first trip to the Caribbean. Read more...

Diving With an Axe Murderer

Definitely off the beaten trail is Saipan in the Pacific’s North Mariana islands, a relative stone’s throw from Read more...

How Well-Covered Is Your Liveboard Trip?

So you thought the Mystery Diver had retired? Never, not while there are services such as liveaboard-booking Read more...

Rusty Pilgrimage Part 1

Today every square centimetre of the globe can be inspected from satellites, but during WW2 the Imperial Japanese Read more...

Partial to Anda’s Abracadabra

Do you believe in magic? STEVE WEINMAN finds that diving in a soon-to-be-better-known part Read more...

Sumbawa

It’s always good to feel that you might be ahead of the pack – we often hear about Bali and Lombok Read more...

Window Pains

The Maltese island of Gozo has provided many a UK diver with an early experience of diving overseas, but Read more...

God’s Pocket

This coldwater Pacific classic can create dilemmas for photographers, says MARK B HATTER, torn between Read more...

Rum, Reefs & Wrecks

It was a flying visit with three days for diving, so would NICK & CAROLINE ROBERTSON-BROWN get a picture Read more...

Beyond The Wobble

Marine-science TV presenter MAYA PLASS has largely concentrated on diving in British waters, so her first liveaboard trip to dive with sharks Read more...

The Last Dive Trip

Underwater photo-journalist and DIVER’s Technical Editor Nigel Wade enjoyed a week on a liveaboard in the Read more...

Living The Dream 20 Years On

...and it turns out to be a far cry from Stoney Cove, says MARIE DAVIES. Diving Cocos Island is no cushy assignment Read more...

Snake Island To Rhino City

Three remote areas, three different seas, mind-boggling biodiversity – only a liveaboard trip could deliver Read more...

Dangers and delights at Aliwal

SOUTH AFRICA DIVER Dangers and delights at Aliwal MELISSA HOBSON hoped the reality of diving the Aliwal ...
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