You are being left behind if you haven’t dived into these mesmeric sites yet! Marked for their tropical appeal and rich marine life, these islands in are considered prime and unique in the world of diving. Here are nine tropical dive sites that you should definitely include on your dive bucket list!
The “The Pearl of the Andaman,” as they call it. A handful of dive sites surround the astonishing island of Phuket. With the temperature playing between 27°C and 31°C throughout the year, it mirrors a perfect condition for diving!
You cannot certify yourself as a diver if you haven’t dived this wonderland in Indonesia yet. The tropical island of Bali will make you wish to swap your lungs for gills. If you are a beginner, this island offers the best dive site around Amed and Padang Bay. For advanced divers, feel free to drift dive around Nusa Penida.
If you’re planning to visit the lovable country of Malaysia, be sure to visit the Tioman Island, one of the region’s most enchanting dive site on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Wouldn’t it be lovely to save a spot onboard MV Nautica and explore the island’s’ beauty?
The island is a dream come true for deep divers because the waters can go as deep as 1600 meters that will give the opportunity to get the best wall diving experience in the world!
Another isolated jewel of Malaysia is lying on the east coast of the country. Tenggol island or Pulau Island is probably the most suited island if you are craving for a serene getaway. You’ll definitely find peace once you dive it’s marvelous underwater.
This island from Indonesia was coined as one of the best tropical island in Asia by CNN so you’re free to set your expectations high and this island will surely not disappoint! Beautiful corals in Anambas are scattered everywhere connecting different islands.
This island is what white sandy beaches dreams are made of. Hundreds of isolated islands offer a gigantic playground for divers. What makes Maldives special is the abundant marine life that it holds underneath its waters. Book your Maldives liveaboard trip now to have a special encounter with eagle rays, whale sharks, and lots of pelagic fishes.
Attention muck divers! Set the date to meet a full range of weird and wacky macro critters such as rhinopia, wonderpus, ghost pipefish in the east part of Indonesia. Being a magnificent remote island, the number of tourists who visit here is not suffocating. This island of Ambon will give you the time and space that you need and will always be there to soothe your mind and soul.
The most eastern Island of Indonesian Archipelago hides the ultimate pristine paradise – Raja Ampat that translates to “The Four Kings”. The island is enormous covering 9.8 million acres of land and sea that serves as home for more than 1,000 types of coral fish and 700 types of mollusks. The vast waters of Raja Ampat offer a lot of diving and snorkeling activity while the landscape above the surface is equally breathtaking.
Don’t miss your chance to explore these must-see tropical sites. Cheers to more diving expeditions, fellow divers!