Volcano Scuba Diving Sites

The top dives sites in the world list is overwhelmingly dominated by warm water dives, with the only cold water representatives coming from the Galapagos, Iceland and, perhaps surprisingly, the Isle of Man. From the Caribbean Sea to the icy cold waters of the North, Scuba diving can be enjoyed in many ways. Swimming next to Giant Sea turtles, exploring coral reefs or visiting old ship wrecks, diving offers a way to enter into new and unknown territories. There are many of volcano scuba diving sites around the world. With that in mind, here is a a list of the best places in the world (in no particular order) for diving.

Lucia Diving Sites

St. Lucia is a volcanic island with stunning scenery above the water. The majestic twin Pitons, our world famous landmark, rise to over 2619ft/805M, dominating the island and the Soufriere diving/snorkeling sites. This stunning scenery is duplicated underwater with white sand, volcanic pinnacles, sheer walls, shipwrecks and coral reefs with a multitude of marine life. We regularly visit over 25 diving/snorkeling sites suitable for all levels from absolute beginner to avid dive nut. Depth ranges vary from 12ft/3.6M to around 140ft/43M. For those who prefer to snorkel, there are many beautiful shallow reefs with an abundance of fish and aquatic life easily visible from the surface. Unlike many popular dive destinations.                                                 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

scuba diving in bali

One of the most beautiful islands in the world, Bali is Indonesia’s most popular holiday destination. Many visitors find the attraction of good shore-based diving set against a stunning back drop of huge, magnificent volcanoes and picturesque rice paddy terraces, simply irresistible.The greatest feature of scuba diving in Bali is the rich and varied sites deep drop-offs and steep banks, coral ridges and bommies, one of the most famous wrecks in the world, volcanic outcrops and seagrass beds. With the colourful and diverse marine life, there’s enough here to keep you coming back for more.

scuba diving in Greece

Volcano Diving Center is the outcome of thirty years of experience in instructing scuba divers of every level, from usual pleasure dives to deep wreck dives in the open sea at depths of up to 120 metres. It was established by Vangelis Sotiriou, one of the first people to introduce scuba diving in Greece. The instructors at Volcano Diving Center are experienced instructors in both air and mixed gas diving, with thousands of dives in all conditions. They have participated in diving expeditions of all kinds, and can definetely guarantee you a totally safe and pleasant underwater experience, whether a beginner or experienced diver.

Scuba Diving in Grenada

The underwater scenery in Grenada is every bit as breathtaking as it is above the waves, and just as accessable. Most of the diving facilities in Grenada are located in the south of the island, and most of the dives sites are within 15 minutes of the Grand Anse Beach. The scuba diving in Grenada is some of the best in the Caribbean, and we boast the largest shipwreck in the Caribbean as well as an underwater volcano!However, with PADI instructors on the island, anyone can try it as long as they are fairly fit and can swim. Diving in Grenada is perfect for the novice and a challenge for the master. The water surrounding Grenada and Carriacou offer fun and excitement for all divers of all skill levels. From lazy drift dives over coral gardens to an eerie and challenging exploration of the wrecks of the Bianca C, these waters are captivating more and more visitors each year.

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