Diving is the great thing , diving in a cave is totally another world. Enjoying in the diving and exploring the world most mysterious caves. Reading a lot about places and of course been to some i would really say that diving in a cave is a special thing. So i made a list of most wonderful and amazing cave to dive.
1.Mount Gambier cave diving Australia
Mount Gambier Caves and is one of the most fascinating attractions for cave hiking. The underwater caverns make for a delightful way to spend time in the outdoors, as do the viewing platforms from where visitors get scenic views of Mount Gambier.
Yucatan Mexico cave diving
The freshwater-filled limestone sinkholes known as Cenotes situated in the state of Yucatán, Mexico lead to some of the most beautiful and intricate underwater caves and caverns in the World. The natural beauty of these cenotes and caves, with its crystal clear turquoise waters, sunlight reflecting stalactites and stalagmites are truly enigmatic works of art drawing divers the world over to explore its waters. With over 3000 Cenotes, 1400 of which have been studied and recorded it’s impossible to pick just one as the best. The Riviera Maya has the World’s three longest running underwater Cave Sytems – Ox Bel Ha (146.7Km.), Nohoch Nah Chich (61Km.) and Dos Ojos (57.7 Km.). Cenote Dos Ojos, Cenote Tajmahal and Gran Cenote are some of the notable cenotes here.
ORDA CAVE – PERM REGION, RUSSIA
Extending more than 3 miles (5 kilometers) in length, Orda Cave is the longest gypsum cave in the world and the longest cave in Russia. Located in the eastern foothill of the Ural Mountains, this cave diving heaven is filled with white walls and ever-changing scenery owing to the fact that gypsum dissolves quickly. This ethereal dive site is full of huge rooms of up to 250 feet (76 meters) across and tiny passages that will test your ability to wiggle through. Most of the cave lies yet undiscovered, tempting those with enough experience to reach its furthest depths.
Nereo’s Cave Diving
The cliff of Capo Caccia drops down underwater to about 30 meters where the cave’s deepest entrance is located. Other entrances are found at shallower depths, between 18 and 16 meters.
It is possible to navigate a complete circle starting from the lowest entrance. The first section of the cave with its walls covered in red coral, leads to an upward tunnel connecting to a “room” stunningly illuminated by the light coming from the outside. From there, a 10 meter wide tunnel with a white sandy bottom extending hundreds of meters brings you back to the starting point.
Once the circle is completed, at a depth of around 23 meters, you’ll exit through a wide window 18 meters deep.
Besides the red coral, this cave is home to lobsters and many other crustaceans and, if in the mood to be seen, the host – a huge conger eel.
At a comfortable depth, Nereo’s cave is perfect for those who want to experience their first cave dive.
The amazing scenery changes as you go dispelling any fear you might have had.
Coco’s Island, Costa Rica
One of the main reasons this Costa Rican diving destination is so dangerous is its remote location. The Island which is entirely designated as a National Park lies 340 miles off the Pacific coast of the country and takes over 35 hours by boat to get to. The other reason for its dangerous reputation is the high number of sharks in the waters around the island. The many species of sharks including hammerhead and white tip reef sharks as well as giant manta rays, dolphins and sea turtles are a main attraction for divers from all over the world.
Green Cave, Vis Island, Croatia
According to Lonely Planet, Vis Island is the most mysterious of all the Croatian islands. It’s primarily because of its history and location (it’s the farthest inhabited island off the Croatian mainland), but the fact that it hides numerous wonders makes it a hidden and mysterious gem worth exploring. Visitors to the island shouldn’t miss its cave destinations, particularly the “Green Cave.” The cave is accessible by boat and is known for for the visible green beam of light that penetrates through the opening on its roof and breaks on the sea surface, making it a unique place for swimming and snorkeling.
Bubble Cave- Bodrum Turkey
Bubble Cave is a cave diving site located across from Bodrum just off Black Island (also called Karaada).
The entrance to the cave is at around 12 meters down and the cave itself is about 10m2.
After checking out beautiful multicolored sponges, you leave in single file by a large “chimney” and here is when you understand where Bubble Cave got its name. As you leave through the hole, you are surrounded by millions of little bubbles. Magic!