Looking for the next destination to take your scuba diving trip? With nearly hundreds of locations to visit, we know how difficult it can be to choose your favorite dive sites and find new discoveries. That is why we made it our mission to narrow down the best diving spots to check out across the planet.
Here are the top 3 diving spots in the world.
The Yongala, in Australia
The Yongala is a stunning shipwreck that is a sight to see located off the coast of Queensland. Divers will get to explore the various aquatic wildlife that includes octopuses, turtles, sharks, clouds of fish, coral, and more. The Yongala sank in 1911 during a cyclone storm and resulted in 122 deaths. Now, this historic shipwreck is officially protected under the Australian government and is located 10 km away from Cape Bowling Green.
Shark and Yolanda Reef
With three dives combined in one, the shark reef, anemone city, and wreck of the Yolanda makes this destination a great spot for dives to drift and search for fish. The dive starts at Anemone City and finishes at the Shark Reef drop off.
Great Blue Hole in Belize
The deep, wide hole of Belize is a coral reef that is also inhabited by sharks. With 30 meters of visibility, the warm reef is filled with vibrant shades of hues and descends into a deep blue hole where the water starts to shimmer from salt to fresh water. You can catch a glimpse of giant tuna and pelagic dive into the hole and explore the ancient caverns.
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