Scappa Flow, Scotland
On the 21st of June 1919, the entire German naval fleet was scuttled at Scappa Flow off the Orkney islands. The wrecks of these World War On ships can still be dived today.
Silfra in Iceland is the only place in the world where you can dive between two techtonic plates. The water here is warmed by the magma from the earths core.
Chuuk Lagoon, Micronesia
This is the Japanese equivilant of America's Pearl Harbour. Here an American led air strike sank most of the Japanese fleet located in Chuck Lagoon. Most of the wrecks are in excellent contdition and this location is top of most divers bucket lists'.
Red Sea, Egypt
An alternative to the Great Barrier reef in Australia. The barrier reef in the Red Sea is the second biggest in the world and less damaged by bleaching.