The Apo Reef: A pristine reef with rich life, located in the west of occidental Mindoro (Philippines), at the northern tip of the coral triangle. Don't confuse Apo Island with the identically named island in Negros oriental.0 6
My pick of photographs by one of our most active users - known on diveadvisor as 'Alish'.0 13
Just off the Costa Brava, and easy to reach from L’Estartit, the Medes Islands are one of the best places to dive in Spain. Consisting of two main islands and several islets, this archipelago is a marine reserve and has special diving regulations, resulting in beautiful, untouched scenery, wealthy in marine life.0 1
Each year, between January and March, sardines congregate off Isla Mujeres, Mexico, attracting the fastest fish ever recorded. Sailfish feed on these bait balls, and divers seek out snorkeling experiences to watch these sleek and elegant fish dart through the water, feasting on sardines.3 4
A country of incredible natural beauty, diving in Norway is something to add to your list of things to do here on your vacation. Norway diving offers a wide variety of diving options that include thrilling drift dives, wrecks and diving with killer whales.0 6
Scuba diving (as a New Year’s Resolution) coalesces the most common resolutions made each year. But even divers have their own NY resolutions; they can get bored, especially if they’ve been diving the same spots over and over again. A new year calls for adding some new and unique destinations onto your scuba bucket list.0 6
Often referred to as the soft coral capital of the world, Fiji has way more to offer than its nickname implies. Although an amazing abundance of soft corals are found around Fiji, the islands also have some impressive hard coral structures and are excellent for both macro and pelagic marine life, including some thrilling shark dives.0 3
Every dive site is like a new world to a scuba diver. As scuba divers that have journeyed around the world, diving in some of the most popular dive sites, we can genuinely say – and all scuba divers can back us up here- that every diver has a unique experience in each site. Also, whether you’ve dived once in a site, or a hundred times, each dive is just as unique. So think of all the stories you can share just from one dive trip!
Your whole trip revolves around what dive site you’re visiting. Just think of all the planning and spending that goes into a dive trip. So choosing the right dive site is crucial; not to mention, so much fun! Researching different dive sites to choose the most exotic, reading through other divers’ reviews and stories about those sites, and most exciting of all, viewing underwater pictures of the different sea creatures divers’ encountered, hoping that you’ll encounter them too!
Here we share with you our most interesting stories and experiences in the most exotic dive sites around the world. Mostly, we just want to entertain you with our adventures, but who knows? Maybe you’ll add a couple of these sites to your bucket list.
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