Kings of the Oceans

Unfortunately, the fear of sharks is common, mainly sparked by sensationalized stories, stereotyping, and films depicting them as dangerous killers. This couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, most of these animals are extremely docile and non-aggressive. Out of the 440 different species, only three are responsible for most human attacks. The most well-known species are the Great White shark, Tiger shark, Hammerhead shark, Bull shark, and, of course, the Whale shark. You only have to dive with sharks once to see how fascinating these animals really are.

Sharks have fantastic sensory organs. They can smell their prey from hundreds of meters away, have nearly a 360-degree field of vision, and can see very well even in the dark. Its skin is made up of scales that significantly reduc friction while swimming fast. Another fascinating fact is that they have multiple rows of teeth so that when they lose them, they grow right back again and again. As you can see, sharks are intriguing animals that we learn more about every day. Get to know these creatures on a personal level and decide for yourself if they are as big and scary as Hollywood makes them out to be. Go diving with sharks today!

They are very peaceful and completely safe, making swimming with whale sharks an extraordinary experience.

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Great White shark

Diving with great white sharks is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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It is an extraordinary experience to dive with tiger sharks and witness their raw power and commanding presence.

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There are only a handful of places divers can reliably encounter mako sharks.

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Become a blue shark advocate by spending time diving with these majestic creatures.

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Great Hammerhead shark

Treat yourself to an unforgettable adventure now and go diving with hammerhead sharks today.

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Scalloped Hammerhead

No matter where in the world you dive with scalloped hammerheads, it is sure to be the experience of a lifetime.

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Diving with oceanic whitetip sharks is an unforgettable and humbling experience.

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Thresher shark

Experiencing this unique hunting method of tresher sharks live is like nothing you’ve seen before while scuba diving.

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Contrary to the lemon shark’s menacing grimace with their protruding curved teeth, these animals are actually quite gentle towards humans.

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Due to their calm demeanor, scuba diving with sand tiger sharks is a common and enjoyable experience.

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Scuba diving in clear ocean water with bull sharks can be a thrilling, one-in-a-lifetime experience.

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As they eat mainly reef occupying species, silvertips are only found in the warm tropical waters.

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Silky shark

If you would like diving with silky sharks you may have to plan a trip that includes blue water diving in areas with large fish like tunas.

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Whitetip reef shark

Whitetip reef sharks are considered non-aggressive towards humans and are generally not threatened by human presence.

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Blacktip reef sharks are one of the most common sharks to see while diving in the Indo-Pacific region.

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Nurse sharks are usually found resting on the bottom of the reef or inside small caverns - check out the map for all the best dive sites.

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Wobbegongs are also known as “carpet sharks” because of the shaggy looking beards that grow around their mouths.

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Zebra sharks are found living on coral and rocky reefs in the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific - here are the dive sites.

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Diving with grey reef sharks is always exciting as they are often times very curious about divers when they first enter the water.

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Oceanic Blacktip shark

Have you ever dreamed of diving with the oceanic blacktip shark? If so, check out here to explore them.

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If you wish to add angel sharks to your list of shark encounters, explore the map.

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Sawsharks are very unique looking sharks having a long saw-like snout edged with sharp teeth - here are the best dive sites.

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