Every sunken ship has a story, and that of the Prinz Eugen is especially unique. Starting in the North Atlantic as a German Navy vessel in World War II, it continued on to the Pacific to play a role in the nuclear tests at Bikini Atoll. It capsized in 1946 at Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, where it now rests for divers to explore.2 5
Where the Indian meets the Pacific Ocean, a plankton rich area is generated: A paradise for manta rays. Diving with Mantas is one of the most exciting dives you can have. They say, in Nusa Penida, they have a 99% Manta guarantee. That's worth a trip for sure!1 6
Diving in the Cayman Islands is among the best in the world! Living here, you sometimes take the excellent conditions for granted: excellent wall diving, superb shore exploration, visibility that can reach 30 meters/100 feet, colorful reefs, and a dive infrastructure that will take all stress away.0 7
The Caribbean Netherlands consists of Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba - they are often referred to as the BES-islands. All of the islands have a great reputation for varying species of marine life – due to the National Marine Parks that have been established around the islands.0 6
Northwest of Kauai, the tiny island of Ni'ihau and its neighbor, Lehua Rock, have some of Hawaii's best diving. Known as the Forbidden Island, divers will find sheer drop-offs, healthy corals, the chance to see pelagic and maybe a glimpse of the elusive and endangered Hawaiian monk seal.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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