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

Dive Travel Features

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...

Two-island Hop

BETH & SHAUN TIERNEY specialise in liveaboard diving in the Coral Triangle, so how would a Caribbean jaunt match up to their expectations? Read more...

The Run

It’s one of the planet’s greatest annual diving events, though you have only an outline idea of where to go and when to be there each day. Read more...

40 Dives 40 Dishes

Salutay is owned by Al Wright, who was one of the UK’s first trimix divers, and his wife Freda, who is not only an accomplished trimix- and cave-diver but also a trained chef. Read more...

Stopover in Bintan

A few days to spare…what to do? LISA COLLINS went to explore the little-known island to which Singaporeans like to escape when they have time off. Read more...

Bombs at Bikini

For the good of mankind and to end all world wars, that was the premise: JESPER KJØLLER reviews the awful and awesome legacy of the USA’s Operation Crossroads. Read more...

Rock Stars of the Sea

Flowing arms, colour changes, dance battles and petite males disguised as females to trick their rivals – that's the courting behaviour of giant Australian cuttlefish. Read more...

Tropic of Cancer

Does the south still capture the frontier spirit and diving quality found in the north in the 1980s? DAVID C WRIGHT spends a loosely planned month finding out. Read more...

Don’t Miss Mactan

Divers might know Mactan as the site of Cebu international airport. But as they dash straight on to famed spots such as Malapascua, Dauin and Moalboal, they’re missing a trick. Read more...