Six Epic Scuba Dives for Every Adventurer
Bloomberg created an article on six epic scuba dives for every adventurer. They did not look at the usual suspects like Stingray City or Tiger Beach but instead highlighted six destinations that are somewhat less known and crowded.
They specifically looked at the following places for scuba diving:
St. Lawrence River
Did you know that it’s called the Caribbean of the North? You can find hundreds of underwater wrecks. These include schooners and paddlewheel boats.
It’s called the “Underwater Serengeti”. You’ll find an impressive variety of marine life. It’s also an excellent wreck dive destination.
The Red Sea
The political situation might not be the most stable you can find but what you can find under water is amazing. Many different species of sharks as well as a few wrecks.
You can find a large variety of marine life. The freighter ‘Lesleen M’ was sunk purposely and is covered in soft corals and sponges.
The most popular diving locations in Indonesia are Lembeh Straits and Raja Ampat. You can find a large diversity of marine life with many exotic and rare specimen.
It’s also called the ‘soft coral capital of the world’. And that for good reason. You can find close to 400 different coral species and over 1,000 kinds of fish. Additionally, you’ll be able to see five of the world’s seven turtle species.