A huge percentage of our planet is covered by water. Even with today’s technology, we have still been able to explore only a little. With so much of our time spent on land, diving is a truly otherworldly experience. It isn’t just swimming underwater with goggles and an oxygen tank… It’s adventure in the truest sense of the word.
You must keep your wits about you at all times in case of rushing currents or hindrances to your visibility. Even wrecks and underwater caves can be dangerous. But any diver will tell you that the adrenaline rush and the beauty waiting under the surface are worth the risk.
Today we’re looking at some of the world’s best dive spots and recommending a fantastic timeshare resort or two. Always ensure that you’ve got somewhere luxurious to rest up after a day spent discovering the deep blue.
Diving: a Whole New World
We begin with Magnetic Island in Australia, five miles off the shore of Queensland. What attracts most divers to this fabulous spot is its variety. You can dive from sloping, sheltered beaches to see a wide variety of wildlife. Furthermore, the famous S.S. Yongala wreck, lying in just one hundred feet of water, has provided a shelter for local marine life for over a hundred years. Find your luxury accommodation at Australia Cairns Beach Resort, Half Moon Bay Resort, or WorldMark South Pacific Club by Wyndham Cairns.
Discover paradise on earth in the Maldives with Baa Atoll strutting its stuff. An UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, it is currently being explored by the Manta Trust. It is also home to an eclectic and diverse variety of wildlife. Fulfilling dives are almost guaranteed in this beautiful locale, with sightings of turtles, whale sharks, and honeycomb moray eel all likely. Take a speedboat back to another atoll for your stay at Bathala Island Resort, Medhufushi Island Resort, or Filitheyo Island Resort.
Take your own initiative or book a guided dive with Original Diving on Little Cayman. Either way, you’ll be treated to a wealth of underwater experiences along Bloody Bay Wall. Despite its foreboding name it’s a favourite among beginners and connoisseurs alike, with more than a dozen dive sites available. Local wildlife includes reef fish, horse-eye jacks and barracuda along with swaying coral and sponges. Head back to Grand Cayman for your Caribbean retreat at 7 Mile Beach Resort, Grand Caymanian, or Wyndham Reef Resort.
Something a Little Different
Not many people would think to consider Scotland when thinking about their next dive. However, the isle of Arran—only twelve miles off the coast of Ayrshire—offers superb diving and spectacular scenery. Dive in a bay teeming with inquisitive seals and dolphins, often giving great visibility and cooler waters than other locations. Just make sure you’re back in the boat to watch any orcas on the approach! Local timeshare destinations include Auchrannie Country Club, Cameron House, and Macdonald Forest Hill Hotel and Spa.
And finally, ever heard of night diving? Waters off the coast of Nassau in the Bahamas offer unprecedented bioluminescence. This means that you’re in for a bit of an eerie experience on the descent… Then simply breathe out and let the wonders begin. Your bubbles turn the water into a whimsical light show, and you’ll discover the magic of the night-time marine life that inhabits the ocean here. Idyllic timeshare retreats on offer include Harborside Resort at Atlantis, Westwind II Club, and Paradise Island Beach Club.
If you’re looking to buy timeshare in a great diving spot, contact Travel and Leisure Group timeshare brokers at your next convenience. Because of their decades of experience, our friendly Buying team can offer huge discounts, along with tailored advice and recommendations.
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