The World’s Most Extreme Scuba Dives

The World’s Most Extreme Scuba Dives.

Although not a scuba diver, I am envious of those who are able to watch marine life in its natural environment. These are a list of spectacular dives complied by Dive Butler International:

(1) The waters surrounding an active volcano on Barren Island in the Indian Ocean;

(2) The Silfra fissure in Iceland between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates;

(3) The Shark’s Cave in the Myanmar archipelago of Mergui;

(4) Under the Antarctic icebergs;

(5) Among World War II wreckage at the Chuuk-truuk Lagoon in the Caroline Islands;

(6) The lava tunnels of the Galapagos;

(7) Among the reef sharks in French Polynesia’s Fakarava South Pass; and

(8) The reef of the Chargos-Diego Garcia Reserve in the Indian Ocean.

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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-09-23/world-s-most-extreme-scuba-dives-antarctica-iceland-south-pacific