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Stunning Dive Sites Around The World.The Best Places to stay if you want to Scuba Dive are 

Dive into the Great Blue Hole Belize, Central America 

Best Place to Stay is the  4* Victoria House, Ambergris Caye

Belize is home to the second largest barrier reef in the world and Ambergris Caye’s fantastic dive sites, easily reached by boat from the pier at Victoria House resort. The Great Blue Hole is a real bucket-list destination for divers – a circular sinkhole 120 metres deep and home to reef sharks and enormous stalactites. 


Addu Atoll, Maldives

Best Place to Stay 5* Shangri-La Villingili


The Maldives is an archipelago of tiny islands scattered across the Indian Ocean in little clusters called atolls. In the very south, you’ll find Addu Atoll – one of the best diving spots in the Maldives. It’s one of the few places you can dive with manta rays year-round; and there’s a fantastic chance to dive down to a sunken British Loyalty Tanker.

Underwater caves in Gozo Island, Malta

Best Place to Stay 5* Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz

It takes around four and a half hours to get to the pretty island of Gozo, which is known for its underwater visibility and calm, warm waters – making snorkelling and diving possible almost year-round. Submerged caves, tunnels and arches attract incredible marine life, ensuring Gozo is a Mediterranean must-visit for divers. 

From sea horses to sea turtles in Phi Phi, Thailand



Best Place to Stay is 4.5* Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort

Stay on Koh Phi Phi Don and you can explore nearby Koh Phi Phi Leh, a breathtaking uninhabited island with a pale green lagoon home to turtles, stunning coral and limestone caves. It’s perfect for a snorkelling or diving trip.

Surround yourself with sharks in Bahamas, Caribbean

Best Place to Stay is Sandals Emerald Bay Golf, Tennis & Spa Resort

Sandals Emerald Bay offers unlimited scuba diving to the island’s best dive sites.The Bahamas is considered to be the shark diving capital of the world. Head to Exuma, which is known for its blacktip sharks; and book in a few dives for the chance to spot nurse sharks, bull sharks, hammerheads and tiger sharks.  Plus swim along with the Islands Pigs.

The underwater art installation on Grenada, Caribbean  

Best Place to Stay is the 

4.5* Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel & Spa

The eerie, yet serene, Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park lies just below the waves, dappled by sunlight. You can dive or snorkel to see this circle of concrete people on the seabed, designed by British sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor. These sculptures have created an artificial reef for the marine life – and a surreal dive experience for us.

Snorkel with the world’s biggest fish at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia

Best Place to Stay is the

3.5* Ningaloo Reef Resort, Coral Bay

Ningaloo Marine Park is one of the longest fringing reefs in the world, stretching for over 186 miles just off the coast – in some places only five to 10 metres off-shore – so it’s perfect for snorkelling. Head further out for the chance to float alongside whale sharks, manta rays, dugongs, turtles and humpback whales. 

Wreck Diving at Magnetic Island Australia near Townsville

Best Place to Stay is the

5* Peppers Blue on Blue Resort on Magnetic Island

Located within the waters of the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Magnetic Island has a wealth of interesting dive sites, whether diving from the shore or a boat. The waters are relatively shallow, so are perfect for novices or for relaxed enjoyable diving. The beautiful bays and rocky headlands of the Island provide a home for fringing coral reefs and a wide variety of fish and other sea-life. There are also many shipwrecks to explore. The most famous wreck in this region is of course the “Yongala” off Cape Bowling Green, quoted as the best wreck dive in Australia and one of the top 5 in the World.  The island is a haven for wildlife, 54% of the island is a National Park. The name of the island came about because of the apparent “magnetic” effect it had on the ship’s compass of Captains Cook as he passed the island when sailing up the east coast of Australia in 1770


Bloody bay Wall in Little Cayman in the Caribbean 

Best Place to Stay is the Southern Cross Club ,Little Cayman

The most popular dive site areas, Bloody Bay and Jackson’s Bight, are both located on the north side of the island.Bloody Bay in particular is consistently ranked as one of the world’s top dive sites. Many dive operations claim the late Philippe Cousteau declared its wall to be one of the three best dives in the world. At its shallowest point, the drop-off begins at a depth of 18 feet, allowing divers who plan carefully to achieve maximum depth of over 100 feet but still enjoy exceptionally long dive times. But the wall is so famous primarily because sections of it are so sheer as to be effectively vertical, a rarity

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