Scuba diving is one of the interesting and stimulating, as it might look as if, it is a risky matter. But this is what all men attract from the globe to dive in and look at the other side of the world. But one of the most popular issues, apart from understand the safety measures and rules that requires to be know before practicing scuba diving is to select a good location. So this article is very useful for those people who are scuba diving lovers, as in this article will lay out some great places where you can go for scuba diving. Given below are some of the best locations in the world that would take your breath away!
It is situated in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Australia, is one of the top destination for scuba diving. The underwater world of the island includes the collection of overhangs, coral mazes, wrecks, lava towers, swim-throughs and caves. Among all these magnetisms, you can also find Konanda- the wreck destroyed by cyclone and sunk in 1987, October. This island Trader is 45 meters long has been neatly made so that penetration of the wreck in the cabins and holds is secure and creates an perfect foreword to the wreck diving.
Thailand is also very popular for scuba diving. Thailand borders two different oceanic zones and each has their own marine life. It is bounded by the Andaman Sea from the West and the Gulf of Thailand from the east. Thailand has 2000 km (1200 miles) of coastline and lots of offshore islands. The people who admires the fringing reefs to deep drop-offs and wrecks, spectacular granite walls, open ocean seamounts, caves and tunnels, coral-covered pinnacles.
This is one of the best dive destinations around the globe, particularly for those from Europe who want to run off from winter. November and February are the best time to go for scuba diving. When the Europe is roofed with ice and the water temperatures are ranging from 19degree Celsius (66F) to 29 degree Celsius (84F) in Egypt. The great locations for diving are less build up regions like St John’s Reef, Marsa Alam and Quseir. Generally the entire area of the Red Sea is considered as 7 Wonders of the underwater world as it comprises more than 1000 species of fish, 1000 species of invertebrates and 200 species of corals.