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You can see Hawksbill Turtles at the following places:

  • 376074497010467563053718n Playas del Coco, Costa Rica

    Playas del Coco is a small beach town in the northern province of Guanacaste. It is known for its great diving and large marine life, along with frequent sightings of Bull Sharks. Set on the northern Pacific coast, Playas del Coco (El...

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  • 1470389670205873018944318711380n Mafia Island, Tanzania

    Mafia Island is a relatively unknown and unexplored destination. The marine park was opened in 1996 and is in fact the biggest marine protected area in East Africa. Mafia boasts some of the best biodiversity with over 42 genera of corals and...

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  • Lemonfish.jpg Ponta D’Ouro, Mozambique

    Ponta D'Ouro is an unspoilt diving location that can be reached easily from South Africa’s main hubs (7hrs from JHB, 4.5hrs from DBN) making it a good location even, for South Africans, for a a weekend diving getaway. Visitors to Ponta can...

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  • Nurse-Shark.jpg St. Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean

    Small friendly island with no mass tourism less than 100 hotel rooms and only 3000 inhabitants.  Sint Eustatius (“Statia”) is a tiny haven in the Caribbean for divers. Immediately off the dock of the island are 7 distinct eco systems, with walls,...

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  • Porcupinefish Sal, Cape Verde

    Sal, which is Portuguese for salt, is one of the northern group of islands of the Cape Verde archipelago and is home to the area’s main airport. At 35 kilometres long by 12 kilometres wide, Sal it is geologically the oldest...

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  • Diving-San-Andres.jpg San Andrés Island, Colombia

    San Andres is a stunning coral island located east of Nicaragua, though formally a part of Colombia. With warm waters and vibrant reefs of soft and hard corals, sponges and countless tropical fish, this is a lesser-visited Caribbean destination. The seahorse-shaped island...

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  • Copyright MattiSalmijarviLivingColoursDivingResort Bunaken National Marine Park, Indonesia

    Bunaken is a tiny island, located just off the northern tip of Sulawesi in Indonesia. It falls within the 900 square kilometer Bunaken National Marine Park, which makes this remote corner of the world absolutely sensational for diving. The region is famed...

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  • weligama Weligama, Sri Lanka

    Weligama translates to mean “sandy village”, in reference to the town’s sand-swept bay. Located only 2.5 hours from the capital of Sri Lanka, this area is visited for its large number of nudibranches, pinnacles, blue whales, whale sharks and manta rays. The...

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