Best Diving Sites In The World

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As Malaysians, we are blessed with some of the best diving sites in the world. Pulau Perhentian has a cool diving spot called turtle point where you can dive the waters and swim near turtles and see how they live underwater. Pulau Redang has some of the best diving packages malaysia that allow you to see the amazing coral reefs and rare fish species never seen before. But, have you ever wondered how the diving spots outside of Malaysia fare? Well, here are some of the best diving spots that mother earth offer us other than Malaysia.


Silfra is known to be one of the best diving sites in the world but the funny part about this is there are no coral reefs or fishes here. Now I know you must be wondering why do people even dive here if there’s nothing to see. Now, Silfra is a little different for a few reasons. Firstly, Silfra is located in a rift between the Eurasian and the North American Tectonic plates. So when you dive here you’re technically diving between the ocean floor. The second reason is because of the visibility. You can see over 300ft when diving. This is because of the temperature of the water. Normally if the water is colder then the visibility is better. Silfra has it’s water filtered through glaciers and volcanoes which is why Iceland is called the land of fire and ice and this also means that the water is filtered so well that it becomes incredibly clear. Since the water is filtered, You can actually have pure untouched water.


On a small island in the Bahamas called Exumas live a bunch of pigs that have grown accustomed to living on the pink sandy beaches of Bahamas. It is not mentioned anywhere on how the pigs got to the island but a lot of people don’t really question it as they’re too busy cuddling the pigs. However, When you’re done cuddling with the pigs then you can take a boat out to the middle of the sea and dive. The Andros Barrier Reef has some of the most colourful and vibrant coral reefs anywhere that it makes you feel as though you’re in the Finding nemo movie. The Andros Barrier Reef is also home to some of the rarest corals and fish species you can find on earth.

Wreck Diving

One of the ways you can spice up your diving life is by trying out wreck diving. Wreck diving is the type of diving that you can do by exploring shipwrecks and plane wrecks. It’s interesting to see as you get to see up close just how exactly the corals take back part of the ocean by engulfing parts of the wreck. There are many wreck sites in the world and there are even some in malaysia. All you’d have to do is just look them up.

Maybe these could encourage you to explore some of the cool dive sites outside of Malaysia.

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