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Top 5 breathtaking diving locations

The perfect dive

Imagine yourself surrounded by colourful sea life, looking for maritime treasures… These five hotspots offer the best underwater scenery in the world. Come eye-to-eye with clown fish and admire walls of coral and green troll hair.

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Indonesia

Tropical perfection

In the shadow of a 600-metre-high volcano at the northern tip of the Indonesian island of Celebes lies the maritime reserve of Bunaken National Park.

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Galapagos

Hammerhead shark habitat

The Ecuadorian Galapagos archipelago in the Pacific Ocean is a must for divers looking for hammerhead sharks.

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Curaçao

Spooky shipwrecks

Looking for shipwrecks? The waters around Curaçao abound in interesting finds. Near the harbour of Willemstad there is the freighter Superior Producer, which sank in 1977. Today, the wreck is home to barracudas, sea turtles and sea horses.

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Iceland

Between the continental plates

The tropics are famous for their colourful dive experiences in crystal clear waters, but Iceland can certainly hold its own here. In fact, the clearest water in the world comes from a melting glacier that runs into the Silfra fissure.

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Zanzibar

Caves and dolphins

Zanzibar offers something for all divers. Beginners can explore the beautiful reef near the island of Bawe, where octopuses lurk in the walls of coral and sea turtles roam the warm waters.