So, you are a diver and looking to embark on your next, I-have-dived-there trip? Allow us to put forward a few options:
How about the Silfra Fissure in Iceland? You get to plumb the depths between the North American and Eurasian continents and that’s a talking point!
Barracuda Point on Sipadan Island in Malaysia is another possibility. It’s quite an experience to see the thousands-strong
schools of barracuda that shape themselves into a vortex large enough to block light from the sun.
Head to Bora Bora for the dwindling lemon sharks. They are named after their yellowish-brown colour and are not generally considered a threat to humans. But, don’t go by what we say and do take adequate precautions.
Diving off Papa New Guinea has the added advantage of sunken World War II wrecks apart from the variety of marine life and the saltwater crocodile in particular.
There’s more, of course, and all you need to do is give us a tug. Our coordinates are known.
Just call us on (0) 9818905024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll have you underwater in double quick time!