Scuba Diving Blog
Scuba diving has grown from a fringe hobby into an increasingly popular activity over the decades. It’s one of my favorite things to do while traveling. There’s nothing else comparable to getting underwater and scuba diving. I’ve seen whale sharks, tropical fish, dolphins, sharks, colorful reefs, underwater caves, cenotes, and shipwrecks on my travels. These scuba dive trips provide just as many memorable moments as any outdoor adventure I’ve been on. Also included in this category are other water-based activities like swimming and snorkeling.
Newest on Scuba Diving & Snorkeling:
I’m back underwater and scuba diving in a new location – Oahu, Hawaii! There’s awesome diving in Honolulu if you know where to look. I loved the marine life and the wreck diving!
I’m addicted to the ocean and this time I’m in Oahu, Hawaii hopping into a cage to come face to face with large beautiful sharks!
Cebu Island in the Philippines is a paradise for scuba diving enthusiasts of all kinds. Find world class muck diving, bait balls & thresher sharks and whale sharks around the island’s beautiful waters.
Go swimming with green sea turtles for free at Akumal, Mexico. If you want to go snorkeling with turtles don’t miss your chance at Akumal Beach. It’s free and it’s fun!
Scuba diving the Perhentian Islands with Bubbles Dive Resort. See my underwater photos from the best dive sites and shipwrecks.
I’m plunging into the ocean with the world’s largest fish – whale sharks! Hundreds are gathered off the coast of Cancun and they’re literally bumping into me as I swim with them!
Ever since learning how to scuba dive it has been natural to combine with my interest in photography and record what I experience underwater. This is a collection of my favorite underwater photos from my diving trips in Belize this year.
I’m in Belize on the hunt for whale sharks – but I’m not watching them from the boat, I’m plunging into the water to scuba dive and snorkel with the world’s largest fish. Don’t miss the photos and video from my incredible and unforgettable experience!
This week’s photo is of a striped Nassau grouper I observed feasting on a lobster! Photographed in Glover’s Reef Atoll, Belize. The Nassau grouper is becoming an endangered species and this area is one of the best locations for spotting them.
A large green moray eel gets curious and comes out from his hiding place to pose for another diver’s camera while scuba diving the reef in Cozumel, Mexico.
Video filmed from scuba diving inside one of the Yucatan’s famous cenotes – Dos Ojos. There are many excellent cavern dives in this area of Mexico and Dos Ojos is no exception. If you ever wanted to know what it looks like underwater inside a dark cave watch this!
There I was, unsure of what to expect on my first ever dive into the ocean and before resurfacing my life had been forever changed. Everyone has moments in their life that stand far out, above and beyond all others. My first time ocean diving in Belize was one of those moments.