Hawaii : Molokai Fish Rain
This difficult 110-foot dive contains one of Hawaii's most diverse collections of marine creatures
Bahamas : Tiger Beach
This Bimini beach provides caged and cage-free tiger shark dives, making it one of only two places with dedicated tiger shark dives.
Mexico : Guadalupe Island
Only four dive sites in the world have great white sharks, and this remote Mexican island has many of them
Philippines : Malapascua Island
There are hundreds of shark dives in the Philippines, but this marine park draws visitors because it has the most thresher shark sightings in the world.
Fiji : Viti Levu
On this reef and shark reserve off Fit's largest island, you can see up to eight shark species, including bull, tiger, and reef billed shark
Egypt : Red Sea
Through Red Sea dives, you may get up close and personal with bold and curious and highly endangered oceanic whitetip sharks.
Mozambique : Ponta Do Ouro
Scalloped hammerheads, tiger sharks, and manta rays are among the marine megafauna that can be found among the offshore pinnacles.