Discover the best places to go scuba diving in Asia with the Dive Happy podcast. Each episode we explore one of Asia’s many amazing dive hot spots to help you get a feel for what makes it special, what to expect and tips on how to get the most of your dive trip.
It sounds like a dream job, but what does it really take to be liveaboard cruise director? Former Dive Damai Operations Manager Simon Marsh explains all. Hear More
Imagine diving on the side of a mountain covered in coral and marine life – that’s Tubbataha Reef. Yvette Lee explains why it’s the Philippines’ greatest dive spot. Hear More
Truk Lagoon’s scores of easily accessible WWII shipwrecks are also stunningly colourful “ship reefs” and havens for marine life. Tim Rock describes why Truk is one of the world’s most incredible dive spots. Hear More
Raja Ampat’s Misool Eco Resort is surrounded by pristine coral reefs and thriving fish life – thanks in large part to the decade-long conservation efforts of the resort itself. Co-founder Marit Miners explains how a motley crew of divers managed to create an eco sanctuary. Hear More
The remote dive site of Black Rock in Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago is one of the world’s hotspots for manta rays. Pioneering manta ray researcher Dr Andrea Marshall explains why.
Bali is a world-famous tourist destination but it’s also a largely underrated diving destination, with scores of great dive sites that range from macro wonderlands to big critter encounters. Simon Pridmore explains Bali’s underwater allure. Hear More
Famous as the home of the Komodo Dragon, Indonesia’s Komodo National Park is also one of the most epic places in the world to go diving. Accomplished Canadian underwater photographer Mike Veitch explains why. Hear More