World’s Best Scuba Diving Places

World's Best Scuba Diving Places

Below you will see a list of the best diving spots in the world. Experts recommend that beginners start diving in Egypt in the beautiful Red Sea. Here you can find the stunning beauty of the seabed. Undoubtedly, one of the best places for diving in Egypt is Eilat. There are many professional instructors who will help you learn the beauty of diving.

If you dive in Israeli waters, be sure to get a medical certificate, although it costs money, but the penalty will cost much more.

In addition, on our amazing planet, which due to the vastness of the water can be called not Earth, but the Water, there is a huge number where you can scuba dive, but if you are inexperienced in this business, be sure to use the services of a professional instructor.

Diving is a sport that allows you not only to develop your body, but also to enjoy the beauty, to explore the depths of the oceans, to be in weightlessness and almost to fly underwater. There are several places in the world where the beauty of underwater life is immense.

Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Islands photo

An archipelago in the Pacific Ocean is one of South America’s best dive sites. Charles Darwin once discovered two amazing islands, later named Darwin and Wolf, with the most diverse populations of animals both on land itself and underwater. This place is remarkable because warm and cold currents meet in the waters at a depth of forty meters.

During the dives you can see dolphins, manta sharks, whale sharks, hammerheads and other representatives of warm waters. In places where cold currents prevail, there are seals, seals and penguins. This is one of the few dive sites where marine life of different habitats can be found.

Mexico. Yucatan Peninsula

Diving Mexico. Yucatan Peninsula

Diving in the waters of this peninsula is not quite like others. This place is interesting for explorers of the underwater depths by the presence of cenotes, from the language of the ancient Mayan people – underwater caves. They dive in them divers with a specialty cave diver.

Most of the rocks and caves with a variety of coral species are concentrated around the town of Llaya de Carmen. This is a true Mecca for divers. A huge number of dive sites, old Mayan archaeological structures and a riot of colors on the barrier reef.

Sipadan Island

Diving on Sipadan Island

The only in Malaysia Ocean Island is the tip of an extinct volcano, buried deep below the water, which is overgrown with colorful corals, forming the island itself. It is a protected area where divers dive to observe enormous sea turtles, flocks of barracudas, and jackfish.

Since 2004, accommodation on Sipadan is prohibited, so tourists settle on the neighboring island of Mabul. It is surrounded by coral reefs and covered with coconut groves. The idyll of the surface and underwater world.


Diving in the Maldives photo

The coral reefs in the Maldives were very damaged by the hurricane, but this place is considered one of the best for diving for a reason. Straits between the islands, coral slides and hills at a depth of twenty meters, sunken ships – all this will interest the underwater world.

Divers from all over the world come here in search of huge whale sharks, swarms of mantas and to “ride” on the fast sea currents, as on high-speed trains. The Maldives is an ethereal paradise, literally. Our Diving Club offers training for professional certificates, then you can dive anywhere in the world.

There is no life turmoil in the ocean. Forget about your vital problems with the sound of underwater currents, immerse yourself in weightlessness and feel the unity with the water element.

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