More and more travelers search for unknown experiences. That is not only to push their limits but also to stay active physically and mentally. One of the best ways to do that is to find the world’s most beautiful dive sites.

Below is a list of the most beautiful sites in the world:

The Blue Hole, Belize 

Popularized by explorer Jacques Cousteau, The Blue Hole is a massive marine sinkhole. This peculiar dive site is one of the world’s most famous tourism destinations, and many travelers would agree about it.

The hole is around 125 meters deep and approximately 300 meters in diameter. The dive site offers crystal-clear waters, which gives you a fantastic opportunity to see hammerheads, bull sharks, and reef sharks.

Malapascua, Philippines 

Malapascua is a small island just off Cebu shores. This excellent dive site is famous for thresher sharks’ sighting. It is where you can find hundreds of soft and hard coral species and other large aquatic creatures, including barracuda, jackfish, hammerheads, and manta. 

Travelers can also enjoy watching a dugong. You can explore plenty of wrecks with prolific fish life. The diving activities are all-year-round.

Sipadan, Malaysia

Sipadan is another Southeast Asian dive site that must be part of your bucket list. Located in Malaysia, this destination is teeming with life. Travelers will see bright fish and coral, dolphins, cave systems, turtles, and sharks.

La Paz, Mexico 

Famously called the “world’s aquarium,” La Paz has plenty of diving and water experiences to offer. The dive site is a perfect starting point to have a memorable aquatic adventure.

La Paz is also an ideal spot to swim with the sea lions and whale sharks. At night, you can dive with the magnificent, giant manta rays. As you visit the underwater mountain El Bajo, you can see plenty of hammerhead sharks.

The Great Barrier Reef, Australia 

Located on Australia’s beautiful coast, The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s longest reef and offers coral and tropical sea life beyond your imagination. The reef is about 350,000 square kilometers.

Silfra Gap, Iceland 

Located in Iceland, Silfra offers some of the world’s clearest water. While drysuits are essential year-round, the dive site does not stop you to enjoy aquatic adventures. Although it is unpopulated by marine life, you will still fall in love with its spectacular views.

Fernando de Noronha, Brazil 

Are you into a marine adventure in Brazil? Then, Fernando de Noronha is a beautiful dive site for you. You can find lots of marine life in the crystal-clear, blue water. You can try swimming with dolphins, turtles and more. If you are interested in wreck sites, you can visit the Corveta V 17.

Orak Island, Turkey

While the Mediterranean Sea is just a few distances away, Orak Island will not disappoint you. This tiny rocky island is located in a secluded and calm, which makes it a perfect and extraordinary dive site.

Through the steep rock and mesmerizing landscape, dropping over 130 feet down will give you an incredible marine life view. Whether you are traveling alone or with your loved ones, the island will provide you with an unforgettable experience.

Easter Island, Chile 

Easter Island is one of the world’s untouched and most remote islands. The allure of this dive site ensures that your entire trip is enjoyable. You can find plenty of green turtles and other species of underwater animals.


Dive sites are a perfect destinations for a family holiday gathering, backpacking trips, or romantic getaways. After all, learning how to dive lets you explore the depth’s mystery, discover coral reefs with plant life and exotic fish, and appreciate the true beauty of our sea.

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