If you want to swim up close and personal with sharks and rays, then look no further. Socorro is known for its hammerhead sharks, humpback whales, and bottlenose dolphins as well as some intense underwater action.
Walindi, Papua New Guinea
The surrounding volcanoes meant that Walindi has all it needs to support a growing reef system. There are so many diverse animals living under the water, including corals, crustaceans, and fish. Amazingly, there are more than 200 reefs all waiting to be explored.
Tubbataha is a National Marine Park, meaning all the species are protected. As if that wasn’t enough, the beauty of the underwater world means that it has been named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. All it takes is a quick look under the surface to see why.
Truk Lagoon, Melanesia
As if a selection of marine life wasn’t enough, Truk Lagoon is also the perfect spot for any divers wanting to enjoy shipwrecks. The seafloor is filled with wartime ships as well as a submarine and plenty of history.
Wolf and Darwin Islands, Galapagos Islands
Sure, the islands themselves are impressive, but what about the underwater world? Here, people can enjoy some of the most diverse ecosystems thanks to the sharks, rays, whales, and colorful fish that all call these waters home.
The underwater world is filled with some of the most beautiful and breathtaking scenery on the planet. Perhaps it’s no surprise that so many magnificent creatures have made it their home? Now, we get to enjoy them all for ourselves.