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SS Thistlegorm at the Red Sea in Egypt

SS Thistlegorm at the Red Sea in Egypt

The SS Thistlegorm was a British vessel war supplies during World War 2. It was sunk after being attacked by German bombers in 1941. It sits at the bottom of the Red Sea and attracts thousands of divers every year.
The front half of the ship remains mostly intact and sits on a shallow portion of the sea floor. On the other hand, the stern rests at a much deeper part of the sea. The bow section of the wreck has three holds still containing th

Great Barrier Reef in Australia

Great Barrier Reef in Australia

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is among the most famous diving spots in the world.  It is the largest reef system in the world and is a good place to explore for new and experienced divers.  The biodiversity is the main attraction of the reef, which has numerous locations where divers can visit.
The Great Barrier Reef covers 350,000 square kilometers and is the only living structure visible from outer space. According to Fishermen’s Angle, it is home to 1,500 species of fish, including:

Wrasse

Great Blue Hole in Belize

Great Blue Hole in Belize

The Great Blue Hole is a giant underwater sinkhole found off the coast of Belize. The hole was formed after a limestone cave system collapsed thousands of years ago creating a hole 300 meters wide and 124 meters deep.
The Great Blue Hole is surrounded by a coral reef and can be accessed through two channels. The reef itself is a good place for snorkelers since it is only a few feet deep. Here one can see:

Club finger corals
Eikhorn
Anemones

The Great Blue Hole is only for exper

Barracuda Point in Malaysia

Barracuda Point in Malaysia

Barracuda Point is a notable diving spot located off the coast of Sabah, Malaysia. Its main feature is a barracuda shoal where thousands of blacktail or chevron barracudas can be seen swimming in a tornado-like formation.
Divers start at the drop off point where they go down a sheer wall. The mild current brings in food that attracts underwater life. The undersea creatures found lurking in the area include:

Redtooth triggerfish
Schooling bannerfish
Dogtooth tuna
Grey reef sharks
Orbicular batfish
Giant trevally
Bigeye treval