Guide to Caribbean Coral Identification
Guide to Caribbean Coral Identification Hi there, my name is Nicole and I am in love with coral! I want to inspire scuba divers to explore the reef with new eyes by taking a closer look at corals. I have created…
CoralGardening In Koh Tao Thailand

CoralGardening If you’ve ever been scuba diving in Thailand, chances are you’ve heard of Koh Tao. This tiny island in the Gulf of Thailand is tailored for scuba divers, and pumps out thousands and thousands of certified divers every year.…

Why Don’t Scuba Divers Care About Corals?

Corals and Scuba Diving If you follow ReefDivers.io you know we love corals. We write about them and encourage divers to take a closer look at the reef. But we often wonder why scuba divers spend their time looking for…

Exploring Coral Reefs In Grand Cayman
Cayman Islands Reefs South of Cuba, where the Caribbean and North American tectonic plates meet, lies Grand Cayman a divers paradise surrounded by deep walls, crystal clear water, and miles of coral reef. Grand Cayman is the largest of the three…
For The First Time In Canada: Cremated Remains Can Be Turned Into A Living Reef Memorial

For the first time in Canada, residents will have another option for a green burial – to become part of a living reef in the waters off British Columbia. The Living Reef Memorial has been in existence for 15 years…

Coral Restoration Foundation Awarded $2.1 Million From NOAA

CORAL RESTORATION IN FLORIDA Coral reefs along the Florida coastline just received a considerable boost from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The Coral Restoration Foundation, the world’s largest reef restoration program has been awarded $2.1 million in funding…

Mote and Nature Conservancy to Restore One Million Corals in the Caribbean and Florida Keys

Mote Marine Laboratory and The Nature Conservancy are teaming up to restore coral reefs at unprecedented scales throughout the Caribbean and the Florida Keys. The collaboration officially began Sept. 12, 2016 in Miami, with the signing of a one-year memorandum…

Take A Virtual Reality Dive In West Papua Indonesia

Earlier this year we had the opportunity to visit Raja Ampat in the West Papua province of Indonesia. We were absolutely amazed with the diversity of corals and abundance of fish. This week the American nonprofit Conservation International has launched…

CORALPALOOZA, An Annual Event To Save Coral Reefs

To help ring in World Oceans Day, the Coral Restoration Foundation hosted their second annual reef restoration event, CORALPALOOZA. The international event took place on June 4th spanning 11 reefs in South Florida, and the Caribbean Islands of Bonaire and Curaçao. Over…

Reefs In Decline

I have been lucky in my life to have had the opportunity to dive in some of the prettiest and most diverse underwater habitats on earth. Without exception, the nicest dive sites are far from civilization, which stands to reason.…