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IN Travel & Adventure ON 21 Dec, 2014
And when they say that technology will shrink the world, they only meant well. Everything now is just a click away! With the advances that keep soaring high, anything is plausible.
So, does water scare you? or depth or the expenses of traveling? Google Maps are here at your rescue! With the Google Street View, you can easily dive in the most amazing depth, witnessing the most exquisite underwater life and reach the most colorful Google Map destinations in seconds.
If you are scuba diver by blood and an internet buff by passion, here is what you need to see!
If you are diving for the first time, this is where you ought to be. With the most incredible variety of marine life, the depth to it is amazingly shallow.
The deepest shall be not more than 25 M. Also, some of the parts are only 2 to 6 M deep.
I welcome you to dive in here! Click on the link below!
The most amazing coastal headland, a heaven for scuba drivers! 10 kms away from the Central Business District, Great Nurse Shark here, steal the show. Cliffs overlooking the ocean make this site a perfect hangout place.
The Great Nurse Shark, is rare. It is found throughout the world but decreasing population day by day is a major concern.
Don't let these menacing eyes scare you. These sharks are harmless to human. So, why not dive in to witness the shark with razor sharp teeth at close? It is one beautiful sight. Visit it yourself! The link is below!
Ah! Coral reefs, the most beautiful sight underwater. Colors and tiny life inhabiting all around make it a place you must visit!
Submersed in the coral sea, Osprey reef is the northernmost group of Islands. 2000 M below the surface is the what you came here to see.
Also, this exquisite reef is the home to Schindleria brevipingius, which is also the smallest fish in the world. So come on in! Click on the link below.
The you-have-to-be-there sight for the surfers who are professionally at it! The history as to why it is called the Fairy Bower is long! But the kind of underwater environment there does a little explanation.
It is also a very common site to spot the Dusky Whaler Shark.
Dive in right at it, with the link that appears below.
The Code Hole is the part of the Great Barrier Roof. Listed number 10 on the ribbon reef it is undoubtedly number #1, heavenly spot for the scuba drivers.
The reasons you should be here are manifold - it is easily accessible, it allows varied kinds of diving experience and so much more.
But before you go in, WARNING : You witness a really close and personal experience with the sharks. The link is right below.