Diving became one of the favorite activities done while on vacation. Seeing hundreds of fish and the beauty of coral reefs make divers as if hypnotized by the underwater beauty offered. In fact, not infrequently diving activities serve as a means of relaxation for some divers.
However, what’s it like to dive while adrenaline? It seems that diving along with the vicious sharks can be tried. Interested? The Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) recommends the locations of divebooker.com with the following sharks.
Cat Island, Bahamas
The calm and untouched waters around Cat Island are interesting for divers. This includes the topography of which has steep coral walls and coral reefs that are still the virgin. If you dive in here, you are guaranteed to meet sharks around the water, such as white-tipped ocean sharks, tiger sharks, reef sharks, nurse sharks, and lemon sharks.
For maximum tension, try dive around the small volcanic island of Guadalupe. This location is mentioned to be home to a white shark population. Some dive operators offer dive cages for divers who really want to take a closer look and gain an unforgettable personal experience with this greatest water predator.
Wilmington, North Carolina
Who would have thought the wreck of a tanker named SS Papoose who was hit by a torpedo attack by the German navy in 1942 is now a gathering place for a herd of sharks. Typically, as many as 5 to 10 sharks of sand tigers are seen swimming around the shipwreck.
Cocos Island, Costa Rica
To reach liveaboard cocos island, the diver must board the marina with a travel time of about 32 hours. There, you can see hammerhead sharks, white tip sharks, mantas, and whale sharks. Do not be surprised if humpback whales and pilot whales also appear in this place. To be able to dive here, you must have a diving certificate first because some of the dive sites here are deep enough.
Fish Rock Cave, Australia
This 410-foot long cave is one of Australia’s best diving spots. This cave provides a very interesting dive experience even for professional divers. Located on the east coast of Australia, this diving location is famous for the gray nurse sharks that make this place their home. Flow at this location can be very strong at any time, so do not forget to make preparations.
Gansbaai, South Africa
Gansbaai could be the best location to dive with white sharks. To dive here, the diver must still go into the cage and must use the whole wetsuits as well as the headgear. Some dive operators will take you diving without scuba equipment. Although it looks dangerous, it can be paid by seeing a white shark up close and will certainly be recorded all the time in your memory.