Diving Poor Knights islands in New Zealand, a warm tropical current attracts subtropical species, makes it one of the most unique dive sites in the world.
While we sit out the Covid-19 travel restrictions, let’s start dreaming of that South Pacific Bubble. Here is our pick for the Top 10 South Pacific Dives.
In Australia, we have some of the most amazing diving experiences in the world. Here are 5 incredible marine encounters, 5 reasons to #diveherethisyear.
Dive Rowley Shoals, a remote trio of reefs off the coast of Western Australia visited in spring for only a few weeks. Here’s what you need to know.
For your next diving holiday, look beyond Bali, even beyond Komodo & Raja Ampat, to some of Indonesia’s lesser-known but equally fabulous dive destinations.
To aid bushfire recovery, Diveplanit Travel will donate $100 to the wildlife rescue organisation of your choice, for every new dive holiday booking made.
When you think about diving with mantas, Brisbane isn’t the first place you think of. But there are fantastic encounters at site called: Manta Bommie.
Tanna is more famous for its volcano, something the island’s dive centre has embraced: Volcano Island Divers. Here are 3 good reasons to dive Tanna.
Over the last few years Munda in the Solomon Islands has become one of the most popular dive destinations in the South Pacific. What makes it extra special are its very unique dive sites.
The reefs of Madang, PNG, are home to diverse marine life, but the most unique is a little shark that walks on its fins: the hooded epaulette shark.
Use all your baggage allowance to take things that the people at your next dive destination need most
Heard of the world-famous muck diving in the Lembeh Strait? The turtles of the Bunaken Marine Park or the kaleidoscopic coral reefs of Bangka Island?