My Mola travels the world in search of unique cultural experiences, the best dive sites, and the tastiest beer. We are passionate about protecting the environment. We strive to tell the tales of our world, and to share ways in which we can become better stewards of the fascinating planet that we call home.
The Great Pyramid at Giza is the last survivor of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient Wold. Built nearly 4,600 years ago, the pyramids are a marvel ancient human achievement. A visit to Giza should be near the top of any traveler’s bucket list.
Whether it be wrecks, hammerheads, or stunning reefs, there is a lot to see when diving the world class waters of the Red Sea, so much so, that it is difficult to know where to go first. From north to south you can almost always expect good to excellent visibility, with water temperatures of 21-28 ˚C (70-84 ˚F).
On the 24th of September 1944, the U.S. Navy launched an aerial assault on a Japanese warships in the shallow waters of the Bay of Coron. Seventy-five years later, the shipwrecks left in the wake of the attack are still intact, ready to be explored by recreational divers.
Anilao is a hot spot for muck diving in the Philippines located just a few hours south of Manila, but many divers come here for the reef diving as well. Scuba divers from near and far travel here year-round with their cameras looking for the small and the strange. Flamboyant cuttlefish, blue ringed octopus, mimic octopus, tiger shrimp and ambon scorpionfish thrive in these waters.
Apo Island is known for its large schools of jackfish, turtle sightings and stretches of thriving reefs. At the other end of the spectrum, nearby Dauin and Zamboanguita are ideal for muck divers looking for rare and unusual creatures. Making this an ideal spot for any diver, especially those who want it all.
We teamed up with Two Fish Divers for another scuba diving adventure in Indonesia. This time we traveled to beautiful Lembeh Island in Sulawesi to do some muck diving. Read on to learn more about the bizarre creatures and macro life we were able to find during our time there.
Despite all the stories you may have heard in the media lately, Komodo Island is only tentatively scheduled to be closed for one year and all dive sites in the area are to remain accessible. Komodo Dragons can also be seen on Rinca Island in Komodo National Park, which has long been a preferred area for spotting these fascinating reptiles. If you are considering a holiday here there is no reason to be deterred.
Diving in beautiful Lombok, Indonesia is gaining in popularity as more and more travelers are making their way here. This is a great time to check it out, and here is a guide to the major dive sites.
Bali truly has so much to offer divers of all experience levels. Regardless if you are hoping to get your open water certification, or if you are a professional dive instructor, scuba diving in Bali will keep you coming back for more.
How we never planned to take a helicopter to hike Fox Glacier but did it anyway.
Fiordland National Park is the largest National Park in New Zealand. The rugged glacier-cut landscape provides the perfect setting for your next outdoor adventure in New Zealand's South Island.
New Zealand's South Island should be on any outdoor lover's bucket list. With amazing natural wonders and countless thrill-seeking adventures to be had, this may just be the perfect destination to explore in a campervan.