Dive Travel Features2018-07-24T22:27:09+01:00

Dive Travel Features

Alor Aquamen

Fishers in southern Indonesia have developed freediving skills similar to those of the Bajau nomads LISA COLLINS had encountered previously in the north-west. On a liveaboard stopover she found her dives unexpectedly entertaining. Read more...

Turtle Surprise

NIGEL MARSH recently visited Indonesia’s tiny Gili Islands off Lombok, to find out whether it was diving business as usual after the earthquakes that rocked the region last year Read more...

El Gouna

An hour away by boat from the Red Sea’s famous wreck haven of Abu Nuhas, El Gouna is a self-contained tourist town built on 10km of coastline with access to more than 40 excellent dive sites. Read more...

Red Sea Liveaboards

Liveaboards are the ultimate way to experience the best of the Egyptian Red Sea, and are a great choice for those who want to get the most diving out of their holiday time. Read more...

Surprise Surprise

It’s one surprise after another for John Liddiard as he dives the Gulf of Oman – starting with a shark that by all accounts shouldn’t be there at all. Read more...

Driving North

It’s not that big an island but it has a whole lot of diving going on. Following her experiences in south Tobago in October, Lisa Collins prepares to head north. Read more...

Reserved for Angels

NIGEL MARSH & HELEN ROSE travel halfway around the world to see a single shark species in Gran Canaria, and in the process find a marine reserve top-loaded with life. Read more...

Brotherly Luck

JOSS WOOLF takes a chance on behalf of others to undertake a more-adventurous-than-usual group liveaboard trip – but would she be taking the blame or enjoying the credit? Read more...

Espresso, sir?

Fresh coffee was the routine, and it arrived without fail after every morning dive, as one of the perks of being on board a true 5* liveaboard. Read more...

A Match Made in the Maldives

Would the Maldives’ reputation as a premium global dive destination hold up during the ‘worst-weather trip’ of the season? MARIE DAVIES travels to the Indian Ocean archipelago to find out. Read more...