6 best diving locations in the world (Part 1)

Whether you’re scuba diving for the first time or being an expert, these 6 locations are sure to surprise you speechless.

Deep in the ocean floor, where all seems quiet and zero gravity, is a whole new world to explore, life seems to be arranged to each position.

Best of all, the ocean is vast, and each of these dive sites has its own unique characteristics and species to explore.

1. CANCUN, MEXICO

There are many destinations in Cancun such as resorts or party venues. However, for a real adventure, bring diving gear to Musa or the underwater museum.

In the eyes of artist Jason de Caires Taylor, Musa is both an art project and an ecological conservation plan for the whole region.

It’s a little weird and scary when everything is creative and innovative. When diving, you will be swimming among more than 400 statues. Each statue tells a special story, stories telling about hope and rebirth while the others criticize society.

Taylor’s contemporary art is constantly evolving, attracting new corals and marine life, and they are constantly changing the natural state of the statues. Two scuba diving here will never bring the same feeling.

2. GALAPAGOS ISLAND, ECUADOR

For many, Galapagos Island is one of the must-go diving destinations in the world. According to Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, this place has become a home for birds, reptiles, mammals, etc.

This means there is no shortage of things to see both on land and in water.

If you have time to visit, you will be swimming with sea lions, whale sharks, hammerheads, dolphins, rays and more.

Due to the swift currents and the sudden violent currents, you should have certain experience to fully enjoy the Galapagos scuba diving.

3. YONGALA, AUSTRALIA

Dan, a professional diver, thinks scuba diving in Yongala is one of the most beautiful places in the world.

S.S. Boat Yongala sunken off Australia in 1911 was discovered in 1958, today the wreckage of the ship has become home to marine species, such as grouper, shark and rays.

Going to scuba diving in Yongala in the winter can have the opportunity to see whales and humpback whales.