Diving with My Mola
The surface of the Earth is 70% water. Jump in with My Mola to explore the amazing underwater world that lies just beneath the surface. Together we can explore the most amazing scuba diving destinations for your next holiday. From coral reefs to shark dives, let's discover the wonders of the deep blue sea.
Placencia is located in the more relaxed, southern end of Belize; where everything gets done, but at a far less stressful pace than areas with higher tourist traffic. Good food and friendly people are easy to find in this colorful village that has long been a haven for scuba divers and ocean lovers.
Huatulco, Mexico offers a tropical climate, peaceful scenic beaches and warm ocean waters ideal for a relaxing scuba diving vacation. The dive sites are protected by nine separate bays, so the water is calm and full of life.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is an excellent scuba diving destination largely due to its location at the southern-most point of Mexico’s Baja peninsula where the Sea of Cortez and Pacific Ocean meet.
Baja’s tranquil seaside capital, La Paz, is one of the most charming cities for R&R on the Baja California Peninsula. It is also one of the best places on the Sea of Cortez for scuba diving and snorkeling. There are over 25 dive sites near the shores of La Paz and diving can be done year-round.
For many, Madagascar is a far-off, exotic destination reserved for bucket lists and daydreams, but perhaps it's time to make your dreams come true. Pristine waters, white sand beaches and whale shark sightings are part of everyday life in Nosy Be, and with tourism growing at a rate of 11% each year, now is the time to go.
We paid a visit to the laid-back town of Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique, where we enjoyed a week of relaxation, scuba diving, delicious meals and inviting culture. This lovely seaside town has excellent marine biodiversity along its shores and remains an affordable destination for divers and other travelers.
Scuba Diving in Tofo Beach, Mozambique during humpback whale season was one of our greatest experiences. These amazing whales can be spotted frequently, even from the beach. Add to this some dolphins, a whale shark, and a whole slew of sea life living next to one of the most charming towns in Mozambique and you will understand why so many visit here.
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.