What is your absolute dream Scuba destination?

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asked Nov 18, 2017 in Scuba Diving by frontbeast (2,220 points) 1 flag
Where and why? What would you Hope to see and experience?

9 Answers

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answered Dec 7, 2017 by Larry (25 points)
West Maui. Molokini, or Lahaina I started diving there and was amazed by the marine life, and incredibly clear blue water. I would love to see more
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answered Dec 8, 2017 by CaseyW (143 points)
Molokini Crater off of Maui Coast. Exceptionally beautiful setting above and below the waterline. This is an underwater volcano with an abundance of marine life inside the Crater. Outside the Crater down the back side is frequented by sharks, so all you shark Zen masters take notice. As a bonus, Back on Maui, at Black Rock on Kaanapali Beach you’ll find the best snorkeling anywhere in the world! Stunning to see!
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answered Dec 8, 2017 by Joel (35 points)
Tunnels beach in Hanalei.

Diving through lava tube trails! Need I say more? Tropical waters
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answered Dec 10, 2017 by Knewsom (650 points)
The Marquesas Islands, the most remote place on the planet.  It is the place Paul Gauguin considered paradise on Earth.  I've always wanted to visit since I first hear Crosby, Stills and Nash mention them in "Southern Cross".The visibility may not be the same as other tropical locations but it's rare not to see manta rays and sharks on every dive.
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answered Dec 12, 2017 by Tmachiavelli (25 points)
Cocos Island off the coast of Costa Rica. It is a rest stop for an abundance of see life as the migrate up and down the coast. It is a protected area and the islands only inhabitants are park rangers.
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answered Nov 20, 2017 by CaseyW (143 points)
Best place for me was in Maui, HI called Black Rock.  Unbelievable amount of assorted sea life and one huge sea turtle.
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answered Nov 24, 2017 by dnadavis (545 points)
Maldives. Everyone I know that had gone can't stop raving about it.  The diversity of marine life and the ability to see many different areas on a liveaboard is what excite me.  Sharks and whale sharks are a main interest.
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answered Jan 11, 2018 by richardehyman (2,630 points)
Well, too many I suppose and although I dove Belize's Barrier Reef two times now, I'd love to go back there yet again.
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answered Mar 12, 2018 by RummbleStrip (75 points)
Raja Ampat.  Has been my dream from the first time I read about it. They say dreams come true...I am going to get my change to dive Raja in January. I can't wait to see what is said to be, one of the liveliest reefs in the world. Watching the Mantas to the smallest Macro life, should be an amazing experience.
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