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best destinations for scuba diving.


Indonesia is undoubtedly one of our favorite places to dive in the world. It is situated right in the heart of the coral triangle and is famous for its unparalleled biodiversity. Any passionate diver will have to cross off Indonesia from their list of places to dive at some point in their lives.

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Whether you want to see thresher sharks in Malapascua, a sardine run in Moalboal, enjoy the muck diving in Anilao, or explore the abundance of the gorgeous reefs, the Philippines is a great destination for those who enjoy hopping around. It is also home to Tubbataha, a protected marine park that is only accessible via liveaboard between March and June.


Maldives is famous for its beautiful turquoise waters and large variety of species. There are two possible routes to choose from: the central atolls and the southern atolls. The central route is generally done year-round and is mostly famous for its whale shark and manta sightings. The southern route’s main attraction are the tiger sharks, and it can only be accessed via liveaboard between February and April.

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Arguably the best place to see hammerhead sharks and the only place to see marine iguanas, the Galapagos attracts adventurous advanced divers from all over the world. When diving the Galapagos, you have to be ready to commit to a liveaboard. Choosing the right time to go depends on what you’d like to see. The warm season runs from December till May and is ideal for those seeking large schools of hammerhead sharks. The cold season runs from June to November, and though visibility is lower due to increased nutrients in the water, it is the best time for whale shark sightings at Darwin Island.

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There is a place for every diver in Mexico. The Socorro Islands and the Sea of Cortez attract large animal lovers, and the Yucatan is famous for its unique cenote diving. Easy to get to and generally suitable for all levels, Mexico has become a rite of passage in the scuba world.

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french polynesia

Enjoy the stunning coral reefs, deep walls, and powerful drift diving of the Tuamotu Islands, or head over to Moorea during humpback whale season to snorkel with these beautiful giant creatures. French Polynesia is also known for being home to one of the largest collections of coral lagoons in the world. It is also a great destination to consider when traveling with non-divers.

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red sea: egypt & sudan

Egypt and Sudan offer some of the best coral reefs in the world. Head to the Northern Red Sea for some wreck diving, or the South to see a variety of rays and sharks.

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papua new guinea

This is an ideal destination for divers who also enjoy topside exploration and learning about unique cultures. Papua New Guinea is home to some of the best diving and best jungles in the world, making it a great place to visit for those seeking a combination trip.

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Fiji is famous for its colorful soft corals, healthy hard corals, and a large array of fish. It is also famous for shark diving in Beqa lagoon where you can see numerous species, including bull and tiger sharks.

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A tiny country situated roughly between the Philippines and Guam, Palau hosts a number of marine life from the tiniest to the largest. It is also home to a shark sanctuary larger than France.

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chuuk lagoon

Famous for having over 60 World War II wrecks that attract divers from every level – from the newly certified to the advanced tec diver.

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From shore diving in Bonaire to drift diving in Cozumel or shark diving in the Bahamas, the easily-accessible warm waters of the Caribbean attract thousands of divers every year.

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