Some of the World's Best Scuba Diving Sites in 2020

by Liz H. November 27, 2019

Some of the World's Best Scuba Diving Sites in 2020

Some people compare the sport with meditation. Scuba diving has been gaining prominence in recent years as more people are learning about the benefits of the exercise. Scuba diving is the closest experience to space travel. There have been several trends in scuba diving in recent years, which are aimed at improving the safety of divers and their experience. For example, divers are now using a helmet-mounted re-breather. The device is expected to improve the experience of divers for the next generation.

 

World's Best Scuba Diving Sites in 2020

  1. Elephant Head Rock

It is one of the most popular dive sites in the Similan Islands. The name of the site was derived from the shape of a rock at its surface, which resembles an elephant’s head. Some of the features that make the site a popular destination include small caves, arches, and swim-through.

When you explore the scuba diving site, you will see several species of sharks, including whitetip, blacktip, and leopard species. The depth of the sea bottom at the Elephant Head Rock site is about 70 meters. Therefore, it is only ideal for professional divers.

Elephant Head Rock

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  1. Batu Bolong

People travel from different parts of the world to explore the Batu Bolong scuba dive site. When you visit the diving destination, you will see a small rock with a hole at the surface. However, underwater, there is a giant rock that goes 70 meters deep.

You will find a wide variety of marine life during your scuba diving at Batu Bolong. Some of the fish that you will find during your exploration at the site include dogtooth tuna, giant trevallies, and Napoleon.

Batu Bolong

 Image Source: Thebeatbali

 

  1. Crystal Bay

It is one of the top diving sites in the world. The Bali-based scuba diving destination is only ideal for experienced divers as there are strong and downward currents. You will have an opportunity to see the Mola Mola when you explore the scuba destination.

Divers at the site can find the oceanic sunfish by going down deeper for about 30 meters. The coral is beautiful, and you can find it by going down deeper for up to 20 meters.


Crystal Bay

 Image Source: Agoda

 

  1. Navy Pier

It is one of the most popular scuba diving places in the world and is located near the Ningaloo Reef. One of the reasons for its popularity is its amazing marine life. It is ideal for beginners as the maximum depth is 15 meters, and there are no currents.

 

  1. Cod Hole

The scuba dive site is located in Queensland, Australia. Divers in the Cold Hole diving destination have an opportunity to see the friendly giant Potato Cods. Beginners can also explore the scuba dive site as there are no currents, and there is good visibility.

Some of the most common fish in the Cod Hole include the Whitetip sharks, Angel Fish, Boxfish, and the Trigger fishes.

 

  1. Richelieu Rock

It is one of the scuba diving places in Thailand. One of the reasons why it is one of the most popular spots in Thailand is that divers can see Whale Sharks. If you would like to see the sharks, consider visiting the Richelieu Rock dive destination between February and May.

 

  1. The Blue Hole

It is located in Belize and is considered one of the best scuba sites in the world. The diameter of the hole is estimated to be about 300m, while the depth is about 125 deep. The crystal clear water at the site allows divers to have a good view of reef sharks, bull sharks, and hammerheads.

 

  1. Gili Islands

The islands are popular destinations and are located in Indonesia. The destinations have become more popular in recent years. One of the top reasons for the popularity of the Gili Islands is a huge reef system that surrounds them.

 

  1. Sipadan

Sipadan is located in Malaysia and is ranked among the top 10 scuba dive sites in the world due to its incredible marine life. Scuba divers who explore the site can find turtles, sharks, dolphins, and bright coral.

 

  1. Hawaii

Some of the common marine life that you will find in Hawaii include whale sharks, seals, and mantas. Hawaii is home to one of the largest marine reserves in the United States.

Finally, these are just some of the best scuba diving places. You can explore others in different parts of the world.

 

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