Jacqueline is a Co-Founder at Experiential Education and Conservation Organization (EECO). www.eecocenter.org and a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor. She specializes in conservation, sustainability, and community development and serves as the Programs Development Officer of Ocean-action Resource Center, a grassroots conservation NGO in the rural Philippines.

Do you want to travel back in time and witness the Caribbean Sea as it was hundreds of years ago? Dive Cuba’s sprawling national park in the Gulf of Ana Maria; it’s called Jardines de la Reina (Gardens of the Queen) for good reason. This archipelago of 250 coral and mangrove islands is probably the

The Philippines is a diver’s dream in many ways- it’s got the goods to entice biodiversity lovers, coral fanatics, and underwater photographers. With more than 7000 islands in its archipelago (some large, some tiny- and sometimes uninhabited), the Philippines offers a huge array of diving opportunities. Adding to its qualifications, it is one of the

The Maldives. The name of this country alone conjures up images that make most dive enthusiasts float away on a SCUBA daydream. These isolated atolls in the middle of the immense Indian Ocean have sat firmly among the top five tropical dive locations worldwide for decades. This is the place to go for big and