For those who know, you just know… For those who don’t, Scuba Diving is one of the most enjoyable and memorable things you can do! You get a chance to experience the ultimate underwater world that helps to reveal a lot more about nature. Here we bring the best spots for scuba diving around the globe that is diving heaven. In no particular order, these spots are not ideal just because of facilities there but for the amazing underwater species and landscapes to witness.
Barracuda Point, Malaysia
Often towards the top of these lists, we have Barracuda Point at Sipadan Island that is famous for Barracuda and attracts many of the divers there. It is not just Barracuda but sharks, jacks, grouper, turtles, white tips, parrotfish and many more water creatures waiting for you here. You can explore the variation and interact with these creatures from the nearest angle. It gives you much time to enjoy the interaction with the Barracuda and others in clear water. At the point, you sometimes don’t need to go deep into the water to experience the best interaction.
Silfra Gap, Iceland
For most of the divers who are interested in having the water creature view from the closed end, Silfra Gap will be a disappointment. But, the divers who love to have the clear water and experience the freshness, light in the deep water this is the real spot. The gap is not so populated but it’s not polluted as well, and that doesn’t refer to any fishes. It does have some of the amazing aquatic creatures that came across while diving, but it gives an amazing underwater rock experience as well.
Blue Corner Wall, Micronesia
If you want to have the splendid diving experience at the wall accompanied by sharks, Barracuda, eagle rays, snappers, jacks, Napoleon Wrasse and mantis shrimps, this is the right spot. At Palau, you do have the opportunity to experience a variety of colors and water creature behavior as well. It makes things amazingly fine and interactive for you.
The Yongala, Australia
The spot has been at the top among the diving spots globally and no doubt it worth it. No matter how many spots will be added to the lists but it’s a must point for all the divers. The Yongala is a shipwreck that sank in 1911 due to a cyclone killing 122 people. Right now it is the home to sea snakes, turtles, bull sharks, tiger sharks, octopuses, and spectacular carol. It seems to be an adventurous and exciting diving experience overall that how a shipwreck became a habitat to many of the creatures underwater.
Raja Ampat, Alor, Komodo, Indonesia
It is amazing to know that Indonesia consists of 13000+ islands with its natural beauty and features. All three spots mentioned do have their specific attractions for the divers. Raja Ampat is homes to more than 75percent of coral species with the fish species of 1500 and more. In addition to that have sharks and other amazing aquatic creatures. Moreover, the other spots do have their specialties in terms or carols, water creatures and much more.