You love scuba diving and are you looking for the perfect spots to fulfill your passion? Then take a look at the places we are reviewing for you below, so that you may choose from among your next adventure!
Le Planier, France
Looking for an interesting adventure while diving? Then head to Le Blagniers, where you can explore the four wrecks: Latécoère, Messerschmitt, Dalton, and Chaouen. The best time to dive is between June and October, when the water temperature reaches 78 degrees Fahrenheit.
Silvera is considered one of the best diving sites in the world. This is due to two reasons: the first is that it is the only place in the world that provides the possibility of diving between two continents (Europe and North America) and the second is that it offers a vision distance of more than 330 feet (100 meters). There is no set time to dive into Silvera, which means you can go whenever you want, all year round
Lofoten Islands, Norway
If the marine life in the Arctic is your curiosity and the bitter cold does not put you off, we recommend that you head to the Lofoten Islands. There, you'll be on a date with forests of giant kelp, fields of algae, jellyfish, and sea urchins, as well as some large fish like halibut, cod, and flounder. The best time to dive is between the months of May and September.
The Great Blue Hole, Belize
Professional scuba diving and looking for an adrenaline rush adventure in your blood? Look no further than the Great Blue Hole, which famous explorer Jacques Cousteau described as one of the best diving sites in the world. With a diameter of about 300 meters and a depth of 125 meters, this hole is famous for its crystal water that provides you with the opportunity to see reef sharks, bull sharks, and hammerheads. The best time for diving is between April and June.
Canary Islands, Spain
The Canary Islands offer a wide choice for diving enthusiasts, as they are famous for their warm crystal waters and diverse marine life. There are hundreds of sites to choose from where you can see shipwrecks, volcanic rocks, and sea arches, as well as sharks, eels, octopuses and sea turtles. There is no specific time for diving in the Canary Islands, as their water temperatures range between 68 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit.
The most famous organizations teaching diving
- PADI: PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DIVING INSTRUCTORES
- NAUI: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNDERWATER INSTRUCTORS
- CAMS: CONFEDERATION MONDIALE DES ACTIVITES SUBAQUATIQUES
- FFESSM - Fédération française d'études et de Sports Sous-Marins