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Snorkel & Dive Hotspots of Month  - 2/9/2009
   
  We at CWIC challenge you to experience the majesty of the bluest of blue seas! Within their depths you will find renewal and rediscover your child-like sense of wonder. In an effort to guide you to the most awe-inspiring snorkeling spots around the world, we will be continually offering suggestions on where to plan your next adventure:
 
North America
 
  Hanauma Bay – Oahu, Hawaii
A favorite of many avid snorkelers! This sea environment is within a volcanic crater and boasts of a wide variety of colorful fish, graceful rays and adorable sea turtles.
This is the perfect spot for a beginner and is a thrill for the most experienced of snorkelers.
 
       
 
  Catalina, California
Diving & snorkeling is an adventure in the waters surrounding Catalina. There one can find several varieties of sharks, California sea lions, bat rays, electric torpedo rays, octopus, yellow tail barracuda, purple hydrocorals and giant kelp.
The water is warmest in August and September and usually doesn’t go below 58 degrees in the winter months.
 
   
 
  Exotic Locals
  Red Sea, Egypt
The Red Sea offers you the opportunity to experience the most diverse ocean environment in the world. There you will experience colorful plant life, breathtaking coral reefs, 1100 species of fish, and…hold your breath…44 species of shark. If you fear sharks, don’t be scared away, it is a safe environment visited by oodles of visitors each year. The waters are crystal clear, allowing for amazing underwater visibility.
   
 
  Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Enjoy over 20 different dive sites on Heron Island, Australia. You will be awe inspired when you take in the acres of living coral, teaming with colorful fish and rare sea creatures.
 
   
 
  Goat Island, New Zealand
Enjoy over 20 different dive sites on Heron Island, Australia. You will be awe inspired when you take in the acres of living coral, teaming with colorful fish and rare sea creatures.
 
   
 
 

Divers Only

  Rainbow Warrior  Ship Wreck – Cavalli Islands, New Zealand
  For the ultimate Diving adventure, visit the Rainbow Warrior just off the Cavalli Islands in New Zealand. The ship, which sits 85 feet below the surface, was bombed and sunk by the French Secret Service while it was docked in Auckland Harbor. There you will be awed by the colorful pink and blue anemones that cover the Rainbow and the wonderful variety of marine life that surrounds it.
   
  To suggest a snorkel or dive spot to be featured on our site, please e-mail info@destinationwater.com!
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
     
     
     
     
     
 
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