Where would your dream dive vacation be?

Canada
March 8, 2007 10:04am CST
If money and time weren't a factor, where would you most like to go for a dive vacation? I'd like to return the Great Barrier Reef again. Or try Cebu, Phillipines or Bonaire in the Netherlands Antilles.
5 responses
@mayenskie (1308)
• Philippines
9 Mar 07
Before dreaming of going to dive in another country, I want to go dive first in some of the best dive sites of the Philippines in Palawan, Batangas, Cebu and Tubbataha Reef along Sulu-Palawan. If given a chance, i also would like to experience and see the splendor of the underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. I heard and read in dive magazines that Thailand has an awesome dive sites too, so probably i'll include that in my list.
• Canada
9 Mar 07
Ah. Somebody else who lives right next door to some of the best diving in the world. Maybe someday I'll have to vacation there (after my wife learns to dive, of course).
@PageDown (123)
8 Mar 07
I think I would start off in Egypt, Sharm el Shiek. Then after that I think Thailand for a while. Then I would go to the Great Barrier reef. I have always wanted to dive there, even before I started training. I would also love to visit the Maldives. If I'm going to afford this I better get moving with MyLot!!
• Canada
8 Mar 07
I decided that I was going to learn to dive after I made the decision to vacation in Australia. I figured that if I'm gonna go all the way there, I might as well see the largest reef in the world up close and personal. I am glad I made that decision! The GBR dive was well worth it, and I've been diving locally ever since.
• Philippines
10 Mar 07
You should try the waters of Philippines, cebu in particular. It's surrounded with great beaches and diving spots. Summer is fast approaching and wind is getting hotter. At least for a moment, you'll forget the feeling of freezing...how's that?
@mrsturner (519)
• Canada
9 Mar 07
I would like to learn to dove, even though I'm clausterphobic. All the nice warm spots sound wonderful, but I've always wanted to dove the great lakes as I hear that the visibility is so good. The cold temperatures and the fast that the waves don't cause as much damage means that the wrecks on the bottom are in wonderful condition (so I've heard anyway). Well, I'll probably wait to learn untiil I can get a resort course somewhere so that I can see if I like it. It's too expensive here just to find out that I can't do it.
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@Phlamingho (7834)
• Denmark
8 Mar 07
I've heard from several people that Great Barrier Reef should be the best place, and I've never been there. So I would love to try it some day.
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