Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia
Sipadan Island, a paradise on the ocean, is famous for its underwater biodiversity, beautiful rocks and fast blue dots. The island is one of the top ten diving destinations in the world and is located in the Sea of ??Celeb off the coast of Borneo in Malaysia.
The wonders of this place can be easily reached from the town of Semporna, which is 35 km north of the island or by an hour boat.
Diving expert Barakuda can see schools, a dozen different species of turtles, some sharks, angelfish, triggerfish, moose eels and gobies. Just dive.
At Cipadon, such sites are common, with lucky divers bringing home whale sharks, manta beams and hammerhead shark schools. More than 3,000 species of fish and hundreds of corals are known as a hotspot for the biodiversity that calls for water from the island.
Similan Islands, Thailand
The best way to sink the Similan Islands is by cruise ship. Most trips depart from Khao Luck but depart from Ranong and Phuket. The recommended duration is a four-day, four-night tour, but fewer options are available. If time is your enemy, one day, two day and three-day tours are available from Khao Luck.
From February to April, diving is abundant and abundant with the usual large pelagics. Are already in place, and while welcoming new divers, most operators would like to see an extensive certification or book to take the course. The sites vary from a high view of the city to rocks and soft coral reefs.
The Similan Islands diving season lasts from late October to early May. Diving ranges from straight sloping coral reefs to steep hills and dizzying landscapes. Typically, dive sites on the east coast are covered with rough coral reefs, with some soft corals and plenty of sea creatures.
Derawan Islands, East Kalimantan, Indonesia
The Deravan archipelago, which is close to the mainland of East Kalimantan in the Berau district, consists of 31 islands, the most well-known of which are Deravan, Marathon, Sangalaki and Cocoban. Here is the largest nesting site for rare and endangered giant green turtles and hawksbill turtles.
A warm tropical paradise with serene and lonely islands, soft white sandy beaches surrounded by palm trees, beautiful seas that transform from green to deep blue and stunning underwater life.
Wonderful underwater life includes large turtles, dolphins, manta rays, dugongs, barracudas, stingless jellyfish and occasional whales. You will also find 460 different species of coral, second only to the King Fifty Islands in western Papua.
Nature Conservancy and an international team of experts have found over 870 fish here, from small pygmy beaches to giant manta beams.
Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar
The Mercury Archipelago (or Mike) covers an area of ??14,000 square miles and includes more than 800 islands. The area is largely unexplored or closed to tourists. It is an ideal paradise for kayaking and diving.
In 1997, the Myanmar military government began exploring the islands, opening up some areas for Thai cruise dive boats. They found the best dives in Asia, including dives with high adrenaline sharks. Although sharks are not popular these days, diving in Burma is still great, and there are still many places.
The best thing about a cruise in the Burmese Mercury Islands is that you will not encounter another boat, but will have some dive sites. Is making a good change for divers to fit into the busy rocks of neighbouring Thailand.
The Mercury Archipelago islands are a mixture of rocky granite islands and limestone. Most have dense forest trees and miles of white sandy beaches. You will not find another dive boat on your Myanmar cruise.
Raja Ampat Islands, Indonesia
King Fifty is a scuba diving paradise in Indonesia. Divers have no such place and rank first on most diverse lists! However, it is very expensive and difficult to access, so you have to do it right when you do! That’s why scuba girls are here to tell you everything you need to know before visiting Raja Ambat!
The best first dive for your King Fifty adventure. It is designed with a range of corals that reach a depth of 25 meters. Ideal for beginners or those with an intermediate level considering its currents, they are usually light but sometimes strong. In general, you expect to see a lot of yellow snappers on the reef, and if you go a little further, you will find Wobbegong sharks.
Raja is the most famous of the fifty dives and is often the second dive with Mioscan?. The underwater peak is about 7 m. They are starting from 30 m. You can expect all kinds of different fish species and many cleaning stations, big fish schools, big predatory fish and seasonal sharks and manta rays to be regular sessions.