There is truly nothing like Australia. It is a unique destination highlighted by the diverse scuba diving environments found on this vast continent – the world’s sixth largest country. From the nor...
The dreamy Cook Islands in the middle of the South Pacific are the ideal getaway for scuba divers looking for peace and quiet topside but lots of action underwater.
For having so many small islands, the area of Micronesia is a giant in the dive world. Experience manta rays up close, pristine underwater landscapes and some of the world’s best wreck dives.
Fiji is known as 'The Soft Coral Capital of the World.’ Here you’ll find some of the most colorful reef ecosystems on Earth. In turn, the outer reefs boast some of the best pelagic and shark dives ...
Scattered like twinkling sapphires in the turquoise sea, the islands and atolls of French Polynesia are as romantic as they come. Scuba divers be warned, you may never want to leave!
Untouched by mass tourism, the remote Micronesian island of Guam is the perfect destination for divers ready for adventure. Expect WWI and WWII wrecks, colorful corals and plentiful marine life.
The surreal Marshall Islands hide out in the Pacific Ocean, a playground for divers and explorers of all experience levels. Relax on the beach then take a dip, there’s no rush, here.
Two islands with completely disparate diving, New Zealand's waters offer a wealth of wrecks, fjords and kelp forests that will evoke an awe inspired reaction. New Zealand is truly a land of plenty ...
Wild and beautiful, Palau continues to hold true to its reputation as one of the best diving destinations in the world.
Papua New Guinea is remote but worth the trip with its astounding marine biodiversity and some of the best scuba diving the Coral Triangle has to offer.
Outstandingly beautiful yet wonderfully undiscovered by the masses, the Solomon Islands promise an idyllic dive vacation. Discover colorful reefs, endemic species and WWII history beneath the surface.
Tonga is one of only two places in the world where you can see humpback whales in the water. They pass through the islands between July to October each year.
Vanuatu is a traveller’s paradise for both top side and underwater experiences - it truly is the land of discovery