Top Places to Dive in the World

If you are an avid scuba diver, there’s no doubt that you are always looking for places on the map to circle for your next dive excursion. Diving is one of the most unique and beautiful activities a person can do. Diving deep into the ocean to interact with and see some fish, crustaceans, invertebrates, and mammals of all kinds that call the seven seas home.

If you have prescription glasses to see, you are going to make sure that you have a prescription dive mask to guarantee that you can see everything under the ocean’s service with absolute clarity! With that in mind, here are the top places to visit in the world that you will want to visit.

Cape Kri – Raja Ampat, Indonesia

This is a beautiful Cape that is home to some of the largest and most untouched coral reefs in the world. The most notable types of marine life include massive Manta Rays, several different species of sharks, Barracudas, and giant trevallies. 

In all, Cape Kri has been found to be home to a record-setting number of 374 species of fish. In order to access it, divers can go with Papua Diving Resort or through a chartered liveaboard.

Blue Corner – Palau, Micronesia

If you are an experienced diver and looking for something that comes with a bit of challenge and a whole lot of thrill, then the Blue Corner is the perfect diving destination for you. This wall dive is ideal for divers with years of experience due to its deep drop and strong open ocean currents. The payoff is that these currents bring in many different kinds of sharks and a fantastic diversity of overall marine life.

Barracuda Point – Sipadan Island

Another dive that can be somewhat challenging, but totally worth it is in Barracuda Point. This coral reef rests right next to a dizzying 800 meter drop off and because of that occasionally features strong currents that divers have to be aware of. On calmer days, divers are able to enjoy the beautiful biodiversity which features countless types of sponge and coral along with sea turtles, Buffalo Fish, and Coconut Crab.

The Yongala – Queensland, Australia

If you’re looking for something that is truly a relic of the ocean’s past, travel to the coast of Queensland, Australia to dive amongst the incredible 109-meter Yongala shipwreck. One thing to keep in mind is that diving into the wreck itself is a crime because the ship is protected in the Historic Shipwrecks Act. Not only is the ship a sight to see, but so too are the incredible coral formations along with massive underwater creatures such as Manta Rays, Tiger Sharks, Bull Sharks, and Turtles. 


As you can see, there are many incredible places to go for your next diving trip. Just make sure that when you do you have the right diving masks with the right prescription so you can see everything in perfect clarity.

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