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The World’s Best Scuba Diving Locations

Scuba Diving is one of the best experiences a person can get in his life. It is quite thrilling to see the things living under the waters. The world below the waters is a lot more colorful than you can imagine. So if you want to explore life below the sea, then the following are some of the World’s Best Scuba Diving Locations which you need to visit.

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Barracuda Point, Sipadan Island:

It is a world class Malaysian dive site, and it is about 800m drop. There are occasional strong currents, and some of the animals you can find in the Barracuda point are bumphead parrotfish, white tips, grouper, turtles, jacks, and of barracuda. The water is crystal clear, and you will be able to see everything.

Blue Corner Wall, Palau, Micronesia:

Some of the marine life which you can see in the Blue Corner wall is sharks, eagle rays, barracuda, Napoleon wrasse, snappers, jacks, nudibranchs and mantis shrimps. The wall has experienced divers who guide you correctly, and it is an excellent opportunity to see sharks.

The Yongala, Australia:

The marine life you can see at Yongala are octopuses, sea snakes, turtles, tiger sharks, clouds of fish, bull sharks and spectacular coral. The dive site is a shipwreck which is located in Queensland. It is an excellent place for those who love adventure and have the passion for exploring things. There are fantastic coral formations, and it is accessible from Ayr Township. You can also get to experience the manta rays which are simply brilliant to watch.

Thistlegorm, Egyptian Red Sea:

In the year 1941, a British ship named two German Bombers attacked the Thistlegorm (Blue Thistle) and it sunk when it was carrying a cargo of war supplies like rifles, motorbikes, trucks, train carriages, etc. The current at the dive can be intense. It is one of the best places to dive if you are a history lover and an adventure seeker. All the things that the ship was carrying are still found under the water. It is best if you dive in the night or the early morning and you can spot giant moray eels during the dive.

Shark & Yolanda Reef – Egyptian Red Sea:

The currents in the reef make it perfect for a drift drive. The shark is rich in anemones and has a mixture of drop-offs and shipwrecks. There are three reefs in just one dive in Shark & Yolanda Reef.

Manta Ray Night Dive, Kailua Kona, Hawaii:

It is brilliant for a night dive as the light set into the ocean floor and attract plankton. Sometimes, the current at the region can be very harsh, but otherwise, you will have a great experience.  The rays which enter into the ocean are just brilliant to watch.