Describing over 275 exotic dive sites in five oceans and seas covering 24 countries, this guide to tropical diving at its best has something for all divers of all levels.
All the sites are superb and have been chosen because they are best for:
- sightings of large pelagics, from whales to sharks
- swimming with humpback whales; feeding manta rays
- the staggering diversity of species
- the stunning coral reefs
- huge schools of fish
- drift dives, muck dives, cave dives
- exploring historic ship and plane wrecks
- observing small crittters
- live-aboard adventures
From shallow wrecks to the deep caverns and reef walls, Lawson Wood's evocative descriptions and superb photography bring to life the experience of diving the most exciting and exotic sites in tropical waters around the world.
This magnificent and comprehensive illustrated reference covers the Caribbean Sea (Bahamas, Mexico, Cuba, Cayman Islands, The Virgin Islands, Belize, Honduras, Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao, Tobago, St Lucia and Dominica), Bermuda, the Red Sea (Egypt and Sudan), the Indian Ocean (Oman, Maldives, Seychelles, Mozambique and Western Australia), the Indo-Pacific (Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia), and the Pacific Ocean (Philippines, Micronesia, Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, French Polynesia and Eastern Australia). Each dive site featured can be located via a detailed regional site map, and a travel advisory is also included.