Explore 100 breathtaking scuba diving sites around the world--from the cenotes of Mexico to the best wreck in Micronesia--through stunning National Geographic photography, expert tips, and cutting-edge travel advice.
Filled with more than 350 images from National Geographic, 100 Dives of a Lifetime provides the ultimate bucket list for ardent scuba divers and aspirational travelers alike. From diving with manta rays at night in Kona, Hawaii, and swimming with hammerheads of Cocos Island in Costa Rica to exploring caves in Belize's Lighthouse Atoll and diving beneath the ice floes of Antarctica, this exquisite inspirational book is filled with beautiful imagery, marine life guides, trusted travel tips, and expert diving advice from world-famous National Geographic divers and explorers like Brian Skerry, Jessica Cramp, and David Doubilet. Organized by diving experience and certification level--from beginner open water and wreck dives to expert cold water and cave dives--each location offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore the magic of our world's oceans--from your armchair or with your scuba gear in tow.
AUTHOR: CARRIE MILLER is an American-born, New Zealand-based travel writer. She has spent her career riding reindeer in Mongolia and diving with great white sharks in Australia, among other adventures. A contributing editor for National Geographic Traveler, Miller has also been published in Afar and Travel + Leisure, among others. She lives with her husband, a dive master, in Lake Hawea, New Zealand.
BRIAN SKERRY (foreword) is a photojournalist specializing in marine wildlife and underwater environments. Since 1998 he has been a contract photographer for National Geographic magazine, covering a wide range of subjects and stories. He was named the Rolex National Geographic Explorer of the Year in 2017. His work has appeared in People, Sports Illustrated, U.S. News & World Report, Smithsonian, and Esquire, among other publications. The author/photographer of Shark, published in 2017, lives in Uxbridge, Massachusetts.