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.
Life in Monterey's kelp forest is diverse and abundant. The cold water brings a host of species not found in warmer waters. Giant sea bass, leopard sharks, colorful rockfish, lingcod, and countless varieties of macro creatures make this their home.
Like so many of Thailand's islands, Ko Phi Phi is a stunning sight to behold, with sheer limestone cliffs rising straight from the depths of the sea, hundreds of feet into the sky, capped with dense green jungle, and surrounded by turquoise waters and patches of snow-white sandy beaches.
Diving in Candidasa truly is a world-class experience. The condition of the deep reefs rival anything else that I have seen inside the coral triangle of South East Asia. But these sites really are reserved for more experienced divers, as the combination of the unyielding currents and the relatively deep dives can be a bit challenging for beginners.
Raja Ampat has it all, manta rays on nearly every dive, black tip and white tip sharks buzzing you while you swim, huge schools of bump-head parrotfish, and barracudas.
We took a plane, to a car to a boat to a little place called Malapascua Island in Cebu, to do some diving. Here's what happened.
A trip from downtown Singapore to nearby Tioman Island, Malaysia for some diving, blue skies and sunshine.
A few days in paradise, exploring Nusa Lembongan and the incredible dive sites of Nusa Penida, Bali, Indonesia
A lesson on adjusting expectations when traveling; food poisoning, a questionable liveaboard, and some fantastic diving that made it more worthwhile.