Are you planning your next Scuba Diving Adventure?
The Dream of every diver is to visit the most fascinating spots and enjoy unique underwater experiences.
But where to go scuba diving? Find out in this article, as you learn which are the best scuba diving destinations you should visit this year!
On the east coast of Australia, you will find the world-famous Great Barrier Reef. The fact that it is on our list of the best scuba diving destinations has its reasons. Not only is the Great Barrier Reef home to the largest coral reef in the world, but it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With nearly 3,000 individual reefs, you can expect to have a lot of variety in your scuba diving, guaranteed.
Especially the bright colors you will discover underwater are guaranteed to take your breath away. Be it the many colorful corals or the cute clownfish hiding among the anemones. But you can also meet bigger sea creatures like turtles, rays, and sharks.
The Red Sea is also one of the best scuba diving destinations in the world. Especially the Egyptian Sharm el Sheikh offers one or the other unforgettable adventure for passionate divers.
Underwater, not only numerous coral reefs and the lively wildlife of the sea await you, but also a sunken freighter. This is the HMS Thistlegorm, which sank to the bottom of the sea here in 1941. To explore this impressive shipwreck, you only need to dive about 30 meters deep.
No matter what time of year you want to scuba dive, the climate on the Gili Islands is perfect diving weather all year round. This also makes the Indonesian archipelago, which consists of three islands, one of the most popular diving destinations in 2021.
Especially the easy access to the different dive sites on Air, Meno, and Trawangan make this spot also extremely popular among beginners who want to learn diving. Underwater you will enjoy among other things lots of turtles, which swim along here literally in masses.
The Hawaiian island of Oahu should be on your bucket list if you want to explore some shipwrecks while diving. You will find more than enough of such sunken ships at the famous Pearl Habour, due to the battles during World War II.
Besides the underwater wrecks, you will also have the opportunity to discover numerous fish and other sea creatures. Especially in winter, it is worth coming here, then many humpback whales pass by.
Located about 350 kilometers from the coast of Brazil in the Atlantic Ocean, the island of Fernando de Noronha is one of the most underrated diving spots in the whole world. The main focus of your diving experience will be turtles and dolphins, which pass by here in droves.
Although this is one of the best diving hotspots in South America, you won’t meet too many other divers. This is mainly since the island’s nature is under protection and only a limited number of people get permission to enter the island each year.