Cenderawasih Bay offers the exciting opportunity to see whale sharks, various turtle species, dolphins and dugongs all in one area of West Papua. Fantastic and unique photo opportunities are presented here, especially when multiple whale sharks gather to feed on small fry that escape from fishing nets rather than their regular filter feeding methods used for plankton.

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Cape Town offers great reef and cave diving opportunities in amongst magnificent kelp forests. As a regular feeding place for great white sharks, this is also a major attraction for many divers. Cape Town is an excellent base to explore the rest of southern Africa and all that it has to offer in terms of wildlife, scuba diving and cultural attractions.

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Kenya is well worth a visit! As a top destination for wildlife spotting and a great variety of large pelagics in its waters including whale sharks and humpback whales, Kenya’s charm extends well beyond the stunning scenery with friendly locals adding to the many cultural delights of this African gem.

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Muck diving is the main focus of any diver’s visit to Dauin where large numbers of juveniles and critters tend to congregate on the sandy slopes. Artificial reefs are also in abundance and easily accessible from the nearby resorts.

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Diving in Ireland is great.

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Diving in Cocos (Keeling) Islands is great.

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Diving in New South Wales is great.

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Diving in Bintan Island is great.

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Diving in Menorca is great.

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Diving in Canary Islands is great.

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Diving in Balearic Islands is great.

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Diving in Spain is great.

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Guam is the biggest island in Micronesia and is home to an impressive variety of fish and coral life. One of Guam’s claims to fame is that it is home to the only dive site where a wreck from WWI and WWII touch each other underwater. The SMS Cormoran and the Tokai Maru are definitely worth exploring when in Guam, which is an up-and-coming tourist destination with good nightlife, restaurants and hotel options.

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French Polynesia is without a doubt one of the world’s greatest diving destinations and should be added to the top of any diver’s bucket list! With over 118 islands and atolls in the area, the dive sites are as varied as the incredible underwater life, which boasts regular manta ray and shark sightings. There are also plenty of tropical fish to be seen.

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Diving in Vietnam is great.

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Diving in Cook Islands is great.

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Diving in Taiwan is great.

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Honduras is the land of plenty when it comes to variety. Divers can opt to take a relaxing swim through eel gardens or explore exciting ship wrecks below the water’s surface. Macro photographers are in for a treat thanks to shallow waters providing great photo ops.

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Aruba offers Caribbean wreck diving at its best! Famous sites inclue the Pedernales and the Antilla which both offer an interesting insight into history from the beautiful depths of the Caribbean waters.

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Turquoise waters and the greatest wall diving opportunities in the Caribbean are what make these islands so popular amongst divers. The clear waters surrounding this chain of 40 islands and cays are home to an incredible ecosystem that needs to be seen to be believed.

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For diving enthusiasts, it doesn’t get much better than the Cayman Islands! Easily one of the best diving locations in all of the stunning Caribbean, divers from all over the world flock to the Cayman Islands for magical diving year after year.

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The Grand Cayman, as the name suggests, is nothing short of grand. Great for wall dives, wrecks and of course fantastic coral reef sites, divers are likely to encounter plenty of turtles and stingrays gliding around the area.

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To get the most out of the great diving in Panama, many opt for a liveaboard trip. When not underwater, visitors are often amazed at the varied landscape of Panama, with vast rainforests, mountains and beaches all in close proximity to one another. Coiba National Park is well worth a visit, as is Malpelo Island for shark diving enthusiasts.

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Not only do the picturesque islands of the Bahamas ignite feelings of utter relaxation for visitors, the underwater scene is likely to do the same. It’s not all just placid, relaxing fun however, as the waters are teaming with a variety of shark species, ensuring adrenaline levels will be high on each and every dive.

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Bonaire is a brilliant destination for easy diving right from the shore! With protected reefs and an abundance of marine life, Bonaire is one destination that is not to be missed.

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Little Cayman may be little, but the dives sure are deep! Well-known for great wall dives such as Bloody Bay, some of Little Cayman’s walls feature sudden drops to more than 2000 metres.

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Tanzania is home to charming locals and stunning scenery both above and below the water. The islands offer a variety of excellent diving opportunities.

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Diving in Mauritius is great.

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Mozambique is home to white sandy beaches and the clear warm waters of the Indian Ocean, not to mention fantastic scuba diving. Encounters with big marine species such as whale sharks, dolphins, turtles and sharks are just some of the exciting experiences awaiting those that visit.

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South Africa is a rich and diverse land both above and below the water’s surface and is definitely somewhere worth exploring! Thanks to the presence of millions of sardines at certain times of the year, dolphins, seals, sharks and whales are all regular sightings, not to mention the legendary great white shark interactions.

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Diving in United Kingdom is great.

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Malta is unlikely to disappoint, with thrilling underwater caves, vibrant reefs teaming with life and some of the most famous wreck sites in the Mediterranean. Divers of all levels will enjoy good diving in Malta.

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Iceland is a land well worth exploring for a number of reasons, and when you consider that it is the only location on earth where you can swim between two continents at the Silfra fissure, it’s clear to see why many divers take the plunge into the icy waters. The phenomenal visibility of 100+ metres alone is exceptional and definitely needs to be seen in order to be believed.

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Costa Rica is home to top class diving, especially in the region of Cocos Island where shark encounters are almost guaranteed. The Gulf of Papagayo is sure to satisfy even the most-difficult-to-please with plenty of pelagic encounters on offer. This area is just as beautiful above the water as it is below and is definitely one to add to the diving list.

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Mexico has something for everyone and boasts a number of unique dive sites along the Caribbean and Pacific coastlines. Many divers enjoy liveaboard trips to Socorro or Island Guadalupe where they come across many of the highly sought after big fish, whilst others choose to explore the reefs and cenotes of the Yucatan Pensinsula.

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Belize offers world-class diving along 300 kilometres of beautiful coastline. It boasts the longest intact barrier reef in the western hemisphere and over 400 islands. Major highlights include the world-renowned Blue Hole dive site as well as Shark Ray Alley located near the Hol Chan Marine Reserve.

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The Solomon Islands are an ideal dive destination for many reasons. The phenomenal underwater landscape is picture perfect, with magnificent corals and plants as well as a huge variety of fish species. There are also some fantastic WWII wrecks nearby.

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Vanuata offers a host of different dive sites that are best explored by hopping from island to island. Following the strong currents, big pelagics can often be seen swimming in the clear waters. Vanuata is also home to a number of fascinating blue holes, one of the most famous being the Nanda Blue Hole or Jacquie’s Blue Hole.

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Fiji is a top diving destination with over 330 tropical islands. Named the Soft Coral Capital of the World by the world-famous Jacques Cousteau, Fiji is hugely popular with divers looking to explore these wonderful waters.

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Hawaii, with it’s many islands and well developed tourist infrastructure, has numerous diving opportunities.

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The Galapagos islands boast some of the best diving spots in the area, especially for large pelagic sightings. Manta rays, eagle rays, Galapagos sharks and whale sharks are all seen on a regular basis here. Adding to the magnificent underwater scene are giant shoals of fish, loads of hammerheads, fur seals and penguins, not to mention the unique marine iguanas.

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Papua New Guinea is a land of mystery, unique cultural experiences and an unbelievable underwater scene set right in the heart of the Coral Triangle. It offers some of the best diving in the world and boasts incredible marine biodiversity.

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Great diving is available for every level of diver at Yap. With plenty of turtle, manta ray and shark sightings and new sites being discovered on a regular basis, Yap dive sites are also gaining popularity with macro divers who enjoy sightings of pipefish and brightly coloured mandarin fish.

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With over 60 wrecks from World War Two, Truk Lagoon is certainly a contender for the title of the world’s best wreck diving spot. Some of these vessels now sit at depths of between 30 and 45 metres, but all offer an impressive variety of marine species together with well-preserved and historically-significant wreck sites.

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Palau is an amazing diving destination that offers some exceptional experiences. Jellyfish Lake is definitely one for the bucket list, where divers can be completely surrounded by hundreds of harmless jellyfish. Underwater caverns, WW2 wrecks and drift dives through the channel are all popular choices, with the latter boasting shark and manta rays sightings.

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Micronesia is home to an abundance of pristine reefs teaming with underwater life. There are also a number of wrecks in the area that are well worth the trip.

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The Seychelles offers warm, welcoming waters and a variety of dive sites suited for every diving level. Set in the heart of the Indian Ocean, the chain of islands that make up the Seychelles is unlikely to disappoint and is sure to offer fantastic diving. Many choose to explore the area by boat.

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Diving in Krabi is great.

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Diving in Koh Samui is great.

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Diving in Chumphon is great.

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