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The diving in California is varied and spectacular, but if there’s one thing that defines this state’s dive experience it’s the massive, looming kelp forests.
Florida offers tropical marine life, manatees, shipwrecks and reefs – suitable for beginners and advanced divers. Spring water caverns offer an opportunity to train for this speciality.
Comfortable blue waters abounding with marine life await you in tropical Hawaii. Healthy reefs teem with colorful fish, begging for exploration by adventurous divers.
Lightly touching cold, clear Lake Michigan, Illinois in an unexpected yet fulfilling place to go on scuba diving adventures in the northern United States.
New Jersey in an unexpected place to get your scuba diving fix where you can come across historically rich shipwrecks and dazzling underwater formations.
Awash in hues of orange and deep green, New Mexico’s desert landscape is an unlikely place to find scuba diving, but surprises await in the Land of Enchantment.
There’s much more than bustling cityscapes in New York, a surprising scuba diving locale where you can come across hundreds of shipwrecks that date throughout history.
Marine life varies wildly depending on where you are within the United States. You can swim with manta rays and hammerheads in Hawaii, with dolphins and sea lions in California, and with tremendous sharks in the Florida Keys.
In freshwater locales you can expect largemouth bass, domineering wall-eye, and even catfish that are larger than you are!
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