Diving in the Indian Ocean

The third-largest ocean in the world, the Indian Ocean, is surrounded by Asia, Africa, and Australia, and covers around ⅕ of the world’s total ocean extension. Diving in its warm waters can be an adventure itself, with super-sized species that swim its waters, such as blue whales, great white sharks, Hawksbill Sea Turtle, Humpback and Orca Whales. You will also find the smallest of the seahorses in the area. The Maldives, are one of the world’s most famous diving destinations. The best months to travel are from December to March, when you will find the highest visibility, allowing you to see even the smallest of the species.

Explore Myanmar and you will discover a rich landscape of rice fields and gleaming stupas, mountains and picture-perfect coastlines as well as smiling loca

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Australia offers a great diversity of diving adventures, from tropical diving in the north, to cold water diving, shipwreck explorations, and coral reefs.

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South Africa offers a dazzling variety of dive sites to explore.

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Thanks to the crystal clear, warm waters of the Indian Ocean, and warm air temperatures year-round, scuba diving in Kenya offers the ultimate diving experience.

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tanzania offers promising gin-clear waters and amazing diversity when it comes to marine life.

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Mozambique has amazing offshore marine parks such as Quirimbas National Park

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Located on the Indian Ocean, southern parts of the country’s peninsula and its surrounding islands are among the best diving spots in the world.

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Indonesia is considered one of the best diving destinations in the world with more than 17,500 islands distributed over 5,000 kilometers.

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With over 3,000 kilometers of coastline, scuba diving in Oman is spectacular.

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With over 2000km of coastline, the longest on the Red Sea, divers will find great diversity in Saudi Arabia between this country’s northern and southern areas.

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Year-round, divers flock to Madagascar, the fourth largest in the world, to discover marine life not seen anywhere else.

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Mauritius, an island of incomparable beauty, is home to some of the world’s most breathtaking coral reefs and marine life ever to be seen.

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If you are looking for pure, untouched coral reefs, crystal clear water, and uncrowded white sand beaches, the Seychelles are the dive destination for you.

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An island nation located off the southwest coast of India in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives is made up of 26 different ring-shaped reefs called, atolls.

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Sri Lanka has a warm and tropical climate and is home to an amazing range of land animals and marine life which makes up to a great dive destination.

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Diving in New Zealand is just as impressive and spectacular as its landscape, with various diving hotspots scattered around the country.

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Thailand, The Land of Smiles, is a joy to explore, from the friendly locals to the dazzling scenery and offers some of the best diving in the world.

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