I’ve been lucky enough to dive 13 different countries so far on my endless laps of the map! And it’s nigh impossible to say which country has been my favourite to dive. Australia, goes without saying. Micronesia, if you’re a wreck enthusiast then absolutely. Iceland definitely. But one of the most exhilarating experiences in my diving career which is touching now on 1000 logged dives, took place in the superb waters off Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu, Beqa Lagoon.
Author Robyn Vincent
What’s the reason I spent over 40 hours travelling to a tiny spec of a country not far underneath the Arctic Circle? To dive nowhere… Literally in the space between the tectonic plates of Eurasia and North America, otherwise known as Silfra. Where? Well, Iceland of course.
When you think of scuba diving in Queensland, Australia, very rarely do you think of anywhere except the Great Barrier Reef. It is, after all, one of the most impressive natural wonders of our amazing planet. So why should you plan to dive anywhere else?