Exotic Diving locations

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Exotic Scuba Diving from Around the World The depths of the ocean are filled with some of the most amazing and beautiful ecosystems one can imagine. Scuba diving is like taking a first hand glimpse into a completely different world. These are but a few of the best places to go. 

Hawaii U.S.A This amazing location offers some of the most unique wildlife you can encounter. This is the location of the famous night dive where giant manta rays swim overhead. Due to the location Hawaii has fewer different species, but it is a one-of-a-kind experience.

Great Barrier Reef, Australia

As the most iconic diving spot, the Great Barrier Reef is one of the healthiest and most diverse coral reef systems on the globe. Boasting thousands of different species of animal life, this is also the largest reef system and can be seen from space.

Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

This historic site is not only the birthplace of the theory of evolution, but also home to sea lions, fur lions, penguins, sharks, and many more fantastic species. Although the currents can prove more difficult, experienced divers can enjoy an array of different locations including an underwater volcano. The best times to go is from July to November because the sharks are most active.

Turks and Caicos

This location is a welcoming reprieve from the crowds of other Caribbean destinations. This diving destination is best known for its many drops which plunge hundreds of feet into the deep. The best time to visit is between January and March to witness the migrating fish, whales, dolphins, and many other species.

Red Sea, Egypt

Although Egypt is mainly known for its ancient temples and ruins, it is also a perfect spot for divers of all experiences. The coral reefs of the Red Sea have an exotic ecosystem of brilliant fish, coral, and other exotic sea life such as Moray Eels, Barracuda, and Whale Sharks.


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