Milestones are coming fast and furious for the ScubaEarth community. In June, ScubaEarth hit 40,000 users, and this month we’re proud to announce that that number has climbed to 50,000! And as divers, we’re excited that there are just that many more users to interact with when we’re planning our […]Read more ›
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One of the many excellent things about being a scuba diver is dive travel. As a certified diver, you can explore every corner of our blue planet, not just the lousy one-third left to landlubbers. With so many choices, a common question divers ask us is, where should I […]Read more ›
Imagine getting out of the water after one of the most incredible dives. You’ve seen a whale shark and taken the best photo of it gliding past you in the water. You can’t wait to share your dive with all your dive buddies and friends. Soon, you won’t have to! […]Read more ›
ScubaEarth now has a new destination feature on East Timor. From majestic mountains to barely visited coral reefs and exquisite Banyan trees in between – East Timor is a destination that has some fantastic adventures to offer. Also known as Timor-Leste (Portuguese for East Timor), East Timor is located between […]Read more ›
It’s been a busy few months on ScubaEarth and we wanted to share some of the more interesting stats about the site and also you, the users of ScubaEarth. We created the ScubaEarth infographic below to illustrate growth of our site. In it you’ll find out which diver has the […]Read more ›
Support Project AWARE this August with Dollars for Dives For every dive logged on ScubaEarth during the month of August 2013, PADI will donate one dollar per dive to support the conservation efforts of our favorite non-profit organization Project AWARE – up to $100,000US. If you haven’t visited scubaearth.com recently, […]Read more ›