Raja Ampat is located in the heart of the Coral Triangle, an area synonymous with fantastic marine life and unmatched marine biodiversity. This group of islands, also known as the Four Kings, is absolutely fantastic for divers exploring the eastern shores of Indonesia and is gaining massive popularity with divers all over the world.

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Bunaken is home to an incredible Marine National Park that offers pristine and well-protected dive sites. With masses of underwater diversity and crystal clear, temperate waters, it is easy to see why divers from all over the world flock to this destination year after year. Home to a number of steep walls covered in soft corals and colourful sponges, moray eels, turtles and barracuda can often be seen in the warm waters of Bunaken.

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Bali is known for fantastic diving, and is also a good location to try if you’re searching for the highly sought-after mola mola. With everything from drift dives to macro dives on offer, not to mention great wreck sites such as the USS Liberty and thrilling manta ray experiences, Bali is well worth a visit for any diver.

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Lembeh Strait is probably the world’s best muck diving destination for underwater macro photographers!

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Big Pelagics! Extensive marine life with lots of fishes everywhere… Big corals and turtles.

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The Maldives is a collection of islands that could quite easily be a diver’s utopia. With stunning scenery both above and below the water’s surface, the area boasts encounters with the ocean’s biggest fish, the whale shark and a number of memorable drift dives. The Maldives is also famous for hosting manta ray cleaning stations, where hundreds of rays gather to be cleaned by smaller fish.

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With so many destinations to choose from it is hard to decide on where to go diving next.

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Boasting the world’s largest barrier reef as well as plenty of large marine animal sightings, Australia is undoubtedly a top diving destination. The nearby Coral Sea and the many protected marine parks in the area provide the ideal setting for many types of marine creatures to thrive: sharks, potato groupers and minke whales can all be spotted in Australian waters. Divers of all experience levels can enjoy diving in Australia.

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As a whole, Thailand is without a doubt one of the best diving destinations in South East Asia. Offering an abundance of marine life and easily accessible dive sites, diving enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice when visiting this great holiday destination.

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The Red Sea has long been a favourite amongst divers, and for good reason. With over 1000 fish species calling this beautiful sea their home, the area also boasts a number of famous WWII wrecks and fantastic underwater scenery.

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The Philippines is synonymous with brilliant scuba diving thanks to its 7000 islands lying in the centre of the world’s greatest area of marine diversity, the famous Coral Triangle. Not only are the reefs covered in magnificent coral in the Philippines, but the area is also known for great wreck diving sites.

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Malaysia is a top-choice amongst divers and is sure not to disappoint! The best and main areas for diving are Mabul, Sipadan and Layang Layang.

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Indonesia is a fantastic diving location that is best explored by liveaboard to make the most out of your Indonesian diving experience. World-famous dive sites such as Raja Ampat and the top-notch sites within Komodo National Park are simply not to be missed!

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