Dive Travel: Our Favorite Scuba Spots in 2013
From the man-made oil rigs of Southern California to the lost World War II wrecks of Palau and even the biggest animal encounters of the Galapagos, here are our favorite scuba diving trips from 2013.
- The reefs, anthias and occasionally sauntering sharks make Fiji a destination of jaw-dropping beauty.
- In this island chain swift rivers of water draw divers’ most coveted pelagic species.
- Indonesia's Banda Sea has many surprises, from spectacular reef mantas to tiny treasures.
- A trip aboard Aggressor Fleet's Thailand Aggressor is a great way to experience diving in Thailand.
- Palau's waters hold the sober remains of ships that sank during fierce battles in World War II.
- For a few magical weeks in April and May in the Bahamas, it’s Tunas Gone Wild, a migration of epic proportions.
- World War II wrecks and unforgettable humpback whale encounters make this a dive experience of a lifetime.
- SoCal’s oil rigs blend man-made and natural in a package that combines the region’s best underwater features.
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