Diving the Pacific Ocean

The deepest of the world’s oceans is the Pacific Ocean, with a maximum depth of 10,911 m (35,797 ft). This big blue is also the largest, with an extension that covers 65,250,000 km2 (63,800,000 sq mi). Its large extension allows for many diverse dive sites and underwater places to explore, such as WWII wrecks, walls, and drop-offs. Some of the top diving destinations in the Pacific include Fiji, Vanuatu, Guam, Palau, and French Polynesia among others. Species such as different types of sharks, manta rays, dolphins, big old turtles starfish and reef fish swim in these turquoise waters.

It may have less coastline that its near neighbors, but Cambodia is still home to crystalline waters and wonderful islands.

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Vietnam may be relatively new to the sport, but it has no shortage of amazing things to see with calm, beginner-friendly and for more advanced divers.

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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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Diving in Russia is extremely diverse from WWII wrecks to well-preserved historical wooden shipwrecks, the Arctic marine life never disappoints.

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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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Scuba diving in Ecuador is easily some of the best diving in the world with the Galapagos islands.

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Diving in Mexico is a breathtaking, world-class experience. This country offers many adventures and a landscape full of natural wonders.

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From ice diving in Alaska, to majestic kelp forests of the West Coast to deep haunting wrecks of the East Coast, experience the most diverse dive sites of USA.

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Chile offers a pristine environment with many undiscovered dive sites.

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Peru diving has its own charm and awaits you with colder water temperatures but sea lion-filled kelp forests, abandoned oil platform, and many more.

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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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Guam sits like a green jewel in the middle of the Western Pacific.

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Many divers have never encountered the exciting mix of cold and warm water species found off South Korea’s shores.

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Japan offers a wide variety of scuba dives from ice diving in Hokkaido to tropical diving in Okinawa.

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The Philippines is an archipelago composed of over 7,000 islands in three main regions: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

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Singapore is a wonderful destination for scuba diving that offers extraordinary macro life and underwater caves and tunnels.

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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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The archipelago of Fiji is as the Soft Coral Capital of the World, for its 80 different soft coral species that can be found by divers from all over the world.

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Marshall Islands

The Marshall Islands, also known as the Republic of the Marshall Islands, is one of only four atoll nations in the world.

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Federated States of Micronesia

Divers and Snorkelers from all around the world come every year to visit these picturesque islands, Micronesia.

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Palau is an archipelago famous amongst divers for its liveaboard diving.

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The last wild frontier, Canada, has a well-kept secret: the spectacular diving that can be done here.

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Solomon Islands

Located in the middle of the Coral Triangle, where marine life abounds, diving in the Solomon Islands is some of the best in the world.

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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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One of the most exotic and favorite diving destinations is Malaysia.

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Diving in Vanuatu is exciting and interesting offering crystal clear, warm waters teeming with fish life.

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France extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the North Sea, and from the Rhine to the Atlantic and offers some interesting diving adventures.

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France extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the North Sea, and from the Rhine to the Atlantic and offers some interesting diving adventures.

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Sitting in the Coral Sea between Australia and Fiji, New Caledonia is a French collectivity consisting of a small group of islands and offers great diving.

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