The World’s Top 10 Scuba Diving Locations 

Don’t spend too much time being a tourist until someone tells you about scuba diving. It’s the perfect activity for romantic getaways, adventure hikes, family vacations, and everything in between.

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  1. Blue hole
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The Blue Hole in Belize is one of the most popular Scuba Diving diving spots in the world, and you can probably see why. Listed as one of the most amazing places in the world by the Discovery Channel, this alien site is a giant underwater crater. Diving explorer Jacques Cousteau has named it one of the world’s best dive sites.

The hole itself is about 300 meters (984 ft) in diameter and about 125 meters (410 ft) high. The water here is clear, and you can see reef sharks, bull sharks, and hammerhead sharks. Half-day tour, 2 days from $130, full-day excursion to the blue hole, 3 tank rides, and from $300. Rich tank from $55.

  1. Thailand
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Thailand offers excellent dive sites such as Phuket, Koh Tao, the Similan Islands, and the Surin Islands. You can snorkel anywhere and still have a good time, but the best snorkeling is around Koh Tao and the nearby Similan Islands.

Koh Tao is also a cheap place for beginners to learn how to dive. Many resorts on the island cater to both beginners and experts, so you should be able to find a company that suits your needs. Open water certification costs about $300 and less than $50 for a single tank leak. A full-day tour costs about $75.

  1. Gili Islands
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Over the years, ramps have become popular in Indonesia. And, of course! The coral reefs and water here are ideal for diving. The huge island is surrounded by the best-preserved coral reef in the region. Since this island is much cheaper than neighboring Bali, everyone is more willing to come to explore it. (There are also plenty of cheap snorkeling trips here.)

An open-water certification costs about $400, a single aquarium dive is about $40, and a full-day trip is $60.

  1. Sipadan
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Located in Malaysia, Sipadan is undoubtedly one of the top 5 places in the world. A place full of life. Not only will you be able to see it, but you will become incredibly wealthy, and you will see it in many ways.

This was my favorite place in South East Asia, so if you’ve never been here before, don’t miss it! It’s also very affordable, with a rich tank starting at around $35.

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  1. Great Barrier Reef
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The Great Barrier Reef needs no introduction. The world’s longest barrier reef off the coast of Australia is home to every type of tropical coral and marine life imaginable. The reef itself is about 350,000 square kilometers. Over 2 million people visit the reefs every year, but unfortunately, climate change is taking its toll, so be sure to visit them while they last! Scuba Diving Diving in the Great Barrier Reef was one of the best things I have ever done despite having fish in front of me!

A full-day dive on the Great Barrier Reef starts at $200.

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  1. Hawaii
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Hawaii offers great entertainment. Getting to Hawaii without worries is very difficult as the island is home to coral reefs and wildlife. Being among the last islands in the world, it is not surprising that there are so many of them.

The northern part of the island is recognized as the largest marine reserve in the United States, ensuring great diving for years to come. Hawaii is underrated because so many Americans go scuba diving abroad.

Beginner dives start at $215, and two tank dives start at $189 am and $159 pm.

  1. Micronesia
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Beautiful tropical islands like Micronesia always have one thing in common. Surrounded by living coral reefs. Dive sites like Blue Corner make Micronesia one of the best dive sites in the South Pacific. There are also many WWII shipwrecks. If you’re looking for a cheap, convenient, off-the-beaten path, look no further. A one-tank dive costs about $75, and a two-tank dive costs between $100-150.

  1. Boracay
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This tropical paradise in the Philippines is, of course, also a diving paradise. All the usual suspicious things can be found here, such as eels and clownfish and some reef systems. It’s the most popular dive site in the Philippines, and for good reason. After swimming in the sea, you can relax on the beautiful beach. Double win!

An open-water certification costs approximately $465, and a single aquarium dive costs $50.

  1. Fernando de Noronha
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This place may not be well known to tourists, but it is a world-famous dive site and one of the best in Brazil. Fernando de Noronha’s popularity has grown in recent years, and it’s no surprise. Here you can find many creatures in the blue waters of the islands. You can swim with sea turtles and dolphins. It’s also home to one of the world’s largest shipwrecks, the Corvette V17.

Not only is this one of the best dive sites in South America, but it’s also one of my favorite dive sites in the world. Also, the islands can only accommodate a limited number of visitors, so you can’t share your adventure with many others!

10. Egypt’s Red Sea

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The Red Sea is a saline basin located between Africa and Asia, part of the Indian Ocean. Crystal-clear turquoise waters and vibrant coral reefs never disappoint. It is a paradise for divers as the water temperature is stable throughout the year. From Sharm El Sheikh to Shaab Abu Nuhas, Tishulgom, and the Ras Mohammed shipwreck, great diving awaits in the Red Sea. Plus, it’s very reasonably priced at under $75 for a two-tank dive.

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