Diving is one of the best activities to do when you are on a delightful tropical island. Under the sea, where wetter, coral reefs teeming with life, cousins of Nemo, lots of fish, plants and beautiful colors.
If you’re looking to get started or are looking for a new place to visit, here is a list of some of the best places to dive around the world:
Beautiful, exotic Bali is a gem in Indonesia and a haven for various tourism activities. From luxury resorts to spas, recreation to wilderness, this island is a complete destination. Indeed many divers would like to include himself, who comes here for some of the best marine biodiversity in world class instructors and plethora of secret, elusive dive sites.
The Blue Hole, Bahamas
The Blue Hole in Belize (the Bahamas islands) is one of the most famous dive sites in the world. This place was made famous by Jacques Cousteau, who stated that it is one of the top ten dive sites in the world. You can dive in the turquoise waters and see several types of reef sharks, hammerhead sharks and bull sharks.
Thailand has several famous dive sites: Phuket, Ko Tao, Similan Islands and Surin Islands. In fact, you can dive pretty much anywhere in the country, but the best dive sites are near Ko Tao and near Similans. Also, Ko Tao is an inexpensive place to learn to dive.
Gili Islands, NTB
Gilis Island in NTB (Lombok) is a new diving spot, with people crowding here in increasing numbers. There are 3 Gilis that have amazing underwater beauty, namely Gili Trawangan, Gili Air, Gili Meno. The reefs and waters here provide some stunning visual attractions.
Located 90 miles from the coral lagoon, living more than 1,000 species of barracuda fish, sharks to jellyfish, the islands that make up Palau in Micronesia are great places to dive. A paradise on the water, thus, Palau is one of the few places left on earth where you feel a million miles away from civilization.
Sipadan is probably one of the top ten dive sites in the world. The place was filled with life. You will see turtles, cave systems, sharks, dolphins, explore fish civilization, reef fish, bright, shiny.
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
One of the great wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef is unrivaled when it comes to natural awe and splendor. There are several ways to see and explore the Great Barrier Reef, but for professionals, diving is one way. The Great Barrier Reef is renowned as a central place for observing kaleidoscopic aquatic life.
Hawaii has several dive spots. The islands are surrounded by coral reefs and wildlife. The northern region of the archipelago is made up of only the largest marine reserves in the United States, providing great diving for years to come.
This tropical paradise is also a diving paradise. You’ll find it all here, lots of coral reef systems. If you have finished swimming under the sea, you can enjoy the beaches above the water.
Papua New Guinea
This area has it all. No matter what your taste, deep oceans and shallow reefs, private lagoons and atolls and perhaps best of all, margin shipwrecks – a contradiction, but still – that hark back to the Second World War.
Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Here we have a lot of life among the blue waters, making circles on these islands. Swim with dolphins, turtles and more.