In addition to the beauties located all over the planet, there are also underwater, truly enchanting places, each of which annually attracts hundreds of extreme divers. From ghost ships to underwater museums, these underwater attractions are truly worth your time.
There are many freshwater underwater caves scattered throughout Florida open to exploring. But Ginny Springs stands apart: tourists from all over the world come to dive into the crystal clear waters that fill the cave to the vaults.
2.Museo Subacuático de Arte-Mexico
This charming underwater museum has over four hundred sculptures on permanent display. Each of them is positioned in such a way as to create the necessary living space for marine life. Visitors to MUSA inspect the exposition by sailing on boats.
3.Big blue hole-Belize
This perfectly circular sinkhole is located in the center of Lighthouse Reef Atoll, part of the Belize Barrier Reef. 305 meters in diameter and over 120 meters deep make it a real lure for extreme divers from all over the world.
More than 6,000 shipwrecks have occurred in the Great Lakes region. Some of the sunken ships are clearly visible in the shallow waters of Lake Huron, located in the National Marine Park.
5.Yonaguni Underwater Monument-Japan
A remarkable monument, hidden by the coastal waters of the Japanese island of Yonaguni, scientists discovered back in 1986. Until now, this strange formation is the subject of much speculation and discussion. The rock has multi-level planes and straight edges, which gives it a kind of pyramid shape. Japanese Atlantis or Nature’s Play?
6.Statue of Amphitrite-Cayman islands
If you’ve ever dreamed of meeting a real mermaid, then your next vacation is in Grand Cayman. One of the main attractions of the island is the statue of a mermaid, installed at a depth of about 6 meters.
Throughout autumn and winter, the Austrian Green Lake is a small, but a very picturesque reservoir, around which many tourist routes run. But when the snow from the surrounding mountains begins to melt, the water level rises, the lake increases in size to such an extent that the nearest park is completely submerged.
The only place on Earth where you can swim between two continental plates. The crack of the Eurasian and North American plates expands by 2 centimeters annually – a unique opportunity to touch the foundation of our planet with your own hands.
It was this cave, hidden in the Mexican outback, that was filmed for one of the Discovery Channel episodes. It is ideal for diving: experienced scuba divers and daredevils often gather here, ready to take risks for the sake of thrills.
10.Christ of the Abyss-Italy
The amazing statue of Christ the Savior, popularly called “Christ from the Abyss”, stands underwater off the coast of the Italian island of San Fruttoso. Raised arms and a hard gaze created by the refraction of light in water give the statue a rather ominous look.