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Into The Blue: World’s Best Diving Destinations
Deep sea diving and snorkeling is the closest we will get to explore the underwater civilization. We urge to plunge in, and romance the sea, with some of these amazing diving destinations around the world. Book your international tour packages and get the chance to splash around and have the time of your life.
World’s Best Diving Destinations
Cocoa Island, Maldives
The abundance of marine life and clear visibility makes this an impressionable underwater region on the planet. Hibiscus, wild sea grapes and palms grow wildly along the fringes of the little island, while the lagoon is rich with sea life like ray and baby sharks. Maldives holiday packages include an exceptional diving experience, coupled with deep sea fishing, wind surfing and the best of all, sunset cruises.
Experience some of the best scuba diving at Sipadan, located off the east coast of the Malaysian Borneo. A legend among expert divers, the area is abundant with exotic species including a rainbow of reel fish, hammer head sharks and sea turtles. It is formed by living corals growing on top of an extinct undersea volcano, and for divers this is Sipadan’s main attraction — a 600-meter wall dive that overlooks the deep blue.
Palau is famous for its World War II shipwrecks, and a place where divers become historians. A wonderful diving area in Micronesia, it dates back to an era where most sea battles were fought. So while you do see a number of exotic sea-lions and dainty marine life, you will also find numerous artifacts and old world wreckages that make for a nostalgic experience.
Red Sea Reef, Egypt
Known for its spectacular visibility, the pristine waters of the Red Sea feature some of the most iconic seascapes. With its larger than life expanse of coral, it is home to amazing reefs with buzzing marine life. You can swim alongside giant green turtles, and encounter the famous oceanic white-tip sharks.
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Stretching more than 3000 kilometers, The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most popular diving destinations in the world. Being the only reef that can be seen from space, it features a host of sea life including dolphins, humpback whales, clown fish, and if you are lucky, you may even get a glimpse of Nemo.
Anuradha Shankar is a mother, traveller, freelance writer, compulsive bookworm.. not necessarily in that order. She lives in Mumbai and aims to travel as much as she can across the country, 10 year old son in tow. Her blog 'A Wandering Mind' is primarily a travel blog, but true to its name it wanders all the time - from events to random thoughts, book reviews to her son's latest peccadilloes!