12 best diving locations on the planet (Part 2)

THE TIPUTA PASS, FRENCH POLYNESIA

The Tiputa Pass is located at the Rangiroa coral reef. Coming here, you will experience the feeling of “drifting”. That means you will fall to the deep ocean of the atoll and the current here will pull you into the center of the lagoon. This area is suitable for many levels of diving and you can encounter great sea creatures such as gray sharks, hammerhead sharks, dolphins, and rays alongside beautiful coral reefs.

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DARWIN PARTY BAY, GALAPAGOS

Darwin Bay is known as one of the best snorkelling sites in the world for those who want to swim with large marine life, especially fish. Coming here, you will enjoy close encounter with many species of turtles, hammerhead sharks, rays and dolphins … This is the ideal diving area for professional divers.

SIPADAN, BORNEO

Leading scuba diver Jacques Cousteau also brought Sipadan into the most unique snorkelling sites in 1989. This mid-to-high-end diving area is known as one of the most marine-inhabited environments. The most abundant sea in the world. Divers come here to look forward to seeing hundreds of species of fish, corals as well as larger marine life such as turtles, sharks and Manta rays. The most special feature that makes this dive spot become attractive is the “turtle tomb”, an underwater cave where many turtles have been lost and abandoned.

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LEMBEH STRAIT, INDONESIA

Lembeh Strait in Indonesia is a diving site that has attracted many underwater photographers around the world. This unique place is not only for scuba diving, but also to “hunt” photos of marine creatures of unique shape and color. There are strange creatures such as hairy frog fish, dwarf seahorses, many species of octopus, shrimp beetles and many other creatures. This strait caters to all levels of professional diving.

COCOS ISLAND, COSTA RICA

Cocos Island is an uninhabited island off the coast of Costa Rica. This diving site was recognized as a Costa Rica government marine national park in 1978. Therefore, diving here is only accessible by ship. Because there are so many different diving spots, Cocos Island is a suitable destination for adventurers of all skill levels.

12 best diving locations on the planet (Part 1)

Snorkeling and seeing colorful creatures in great snorkeling locations are a favorite for many, especially when the season of beach tourism is beckoning.

This summer, there’s nothing more adventurous than to snorkel at great snorkelling spots and see colorful marine life. Join us through the 12 most beautiful diving locations on the planet.

KONA, HAWAII

If you like to snorkel the night and follow the giant Manta rays, the Kona Sea in Hawaii is the ideal place for you. The creatures here have their own names and live very long, even species up to 50 years old. The striking difference between the Kona waters and other diving places is the feeding area. That means, you can swim and watch these wonderful creatures enjoying their meals. There are 3 separate diving areas suitable for all levels, even for those who just want to snorkel.

THE GREAT WHITE WALL, FIJI

The Great White Wall is an ideal diving spot for those who love the vibrant colors of the reefs. The coral here stretches to a depth of up to 30 m with countless other marine creatures swimming around. The more you swim deep into this sea, the more you will discover other great areas, typically Rainbow Reef. This place will be a paradise for those who love diving free to explore.

THE GREAT BLUE HOLE, BELIZE

The Great Blue Hole is essentially a collapsed cave underwater off the coast of Belize. In 1971, diving pioneer Jacques Cousteau included it in his list of the 10 deepest scuba diving spots in the world. Divers from all over the world flocked here to admire the giant stalagmites and stalactites. Coming to the Great Blue Hole, you can swim with Caribbean reef sharks, hammerhead sharks and other wild marine animals. This unique snorkeling venue welcomes you with any level of diving.

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