World Adventure Divers is the diving blog for adventurous divers. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver, discover how to explore the world underwater and beyond without breaking the bank.
My blog posts cover my dives around the world, in popular destinations such as the islands of Thailand or the Philippines, the island of Bali in Indonesia, the cenotes of Mexico or the Red Sea in Egypt, but also off the beaten track destinations where a dry suit is sometimes necessary.
In all cases, my trips are as much about discovering tropical islands with coral reefs and sharks, as they are about total immersion in the local culture of the country I’m visiting, including learning the local language whenever possible. That’s why I usually stick to land-based diving to combine culture and slow travel.
I strive to provide as many photos as possible in my articles to help divers envision and plan their next adventure with ease (without resigning themselves to booking yet another Red Sea cruise).
In addition to blog posts sharing my tips for discovering the world’s best dive sites, I also regularly publish reviews of scuba gear and underwater photography equipment, sharing my positive and negative opinions where necessary. Going on an adventure to make bubbles is a great idea, but putting yourself in potential danger with faulty underwater equipment is not. Diving is an extremely safe activity when you apply the basic principles and choose reliable equipment in which you feel comfortable.
I invite you to browse the different categories in the menu to find what you’re looking for, between destination blogs and diving equipment reviews. Below, you’ll find more personal stories, important announcements and adventures that were difficult to categorize because they were too far off the beaten track.
In recent years, I’ve also started to write more and more about ocean protection and responsible travel. My main aim now is to promote responsible diving best practices. As divers and ocean lovers, we have a duty to act responsibly. My aim is to give my opinion on these topics, without ever judging, but rather suggesting possible ways of improvement. Whether you go to Indonesia, the Philippines, the Red Sea or close to home, there are plenty of solutions to help you do a little better every day.