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Top Ten Scuba Diving Sites in the World

Cape Kri - Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Cape Kri - Raja Ampat, Indonesia

Kri Eco Resort is fundamentally down-to-earth Deeply rooted in its local settings, Kri Island is an integral part of Kri Eco. It is around and within it – whether in the form of materials in the cottages, resources in the kitchen or brightening your day with an original Papuan smile that stays with you years after.

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Barracuda Point - Sipadan Island
Barracuda Point - Sipadan Island

Ever since diving celebrity Jacques Cousteau raved about Pulau Sipadan's diversity of marine life, this dive mecca has been indisputably the most famous scuba destination in Malaysia. It is located off the east coast of Sabah, Malaysia's eastern most state, and lies on the north-eastern corner of Borneo, the world's third largest island.

Blue Corner - Palau, Micronesia
Blue Corner - Palau, Micronesia

Unusually, there is not one main attraction in Palau - it has everything: big schools of fish, lots of sharks, healthy reefs, World War II wrecks and history, and the world-famous Jellyfish Lake and Blue Corner.

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Thistlegorm - Egyptian Red Sea
Thistlegorm - Egyptian Red Sea

Scuba diving on the HMS Thistlegorm, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt's Red Sea ... Scuba Diving Sites. ... and is arguably the most sought after scuba diving wreck in the world.

Shark & Yolanda Reef - Egyptian Red Sea
Shark & Yolanda Reef - Egyptian Red Sea

In early white shark evolution there are at least two lineages: one lineage is of white sharks with coarsely serrated teeth and it probably gave rise to the modern great white shark, and another lineage is of white sharks with finely serrated teeth.

The Yongala - Queensland, Australia
The Yongala - Queensland, Australia

The best and main scuba diving destinations in Australia are: Great Barrier Reef; Cairns; Port Douglas; Townsville; Whitsunday Islands; Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth; The Best dive sites of Australia are: North Horn; Cod Hole; The Yongala Wreck; Navy Pier in Exmouth; Macro diving. Australia is not particularly special for macro creatures and other critters.

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