Expansive and diverse, the United States offers scuba diving in both the Atlantic and Pacific, as well as freshwater diving throughout its wide-ranging interior.
There's a world of underwater adventure waiting for you. As a certified diver, you hold a lifelong passport to the last frontier. Experience pristine marine ecosystems, vibrant worlds of colorful fish and silent shipwrecks holding ancient secrets.
From the northern tip of the world-famous Great Barrier Reef to pristine dive conditions off Western Australia, the diving choices in Australia are immense.
Spotlight: New Zealand
Diving in New Zealand is pure untamed wildness: plenty of wrecks, fjords and kelp forests, with fur seals and mako sharks to seek out.
From sharks to mesmerising cenotes, Mexico leaves you exhilarated and wanting more. Above the surface, its world-famous culture is unmissable.
Known for big animal topside, Africa offers scuba divers big thrills below the surface. From sardine runs to diving with Great Whites, you'll heart will be racing all the way.
The epicentre of the Coral Triangle, Asia boasts incredible marine biodiversity and some of the world’s most recognised dive sites. Enjoy wrecks and reefs in the endless blue.
With hundreds of islands each with a special charm, the Caribbean and scuba exploration go hand-in-hand. You’ll find old and new wrecks, coral reefs, sheer walls and gentle drop-offs.
Bordered by the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea, Central America boasts some of the world's most diverse marine habitats. Dive over wrecks, in cenotes and with sharks.
From ancient artefacts in the warm Mediterranean Sea to the historic wrecks of the Atlantic Ocean, there’s plenty of great scuba diving in Europe. Each country offers its own gems.
Paradise islands, pristine beaches fringed with swaying palms and crystal clear lagoons: welcome to the Indian Ocean. Diving these gorgeous reefs and atolls is a dream come true.
Middle East & Red Sea
The Red Sea is stunning with amazing visibility, abundant marine life and beautiful coral formations. Dive with tons of sharks, dolphins and adorable manatees.
From cold water ocean dives to diving in freshwater springs and tropical adventures, North America is spoilt for choice when it comes to scuba diving. Wrecks, reefs and kelp aplenty.
South America is big and so is its choice of diving. From cold water dives with rare species in the Galapagos to the tropical waters of Venezuela, there's something to suit everyone.
Lose yourself in the crystalline lagoons and teeming reefs of the Pacific: the planet's largest ocean and a breeding ground for the mighty humpback whale. Diving in the Pacific is bliss.
The COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent pandemic have altered how we approach the world, above and below the surface. Take a look at our crowdsourced map, which offers useful information on where you're allowed to dive and travel.COVID-19 Diving Status MAP