It's been said that we know more about the moon than we know about our own oceans.
2. Similan Islands, Thailand
3. Derawan Islands, East Kalimantan, Indonesia
4. Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar
5. Raja Ampat Islands, Indonesia
6. Andaman Islands, India
7. Komodo Island, Indonesia
The variety of marine life around Komodo Island ranges from sunfish, mantas, dolphins and eagle rays to the fascinating pygmy seahorses, ornate ghost pipefish and blue-ringed octopus, making this one of the most diverse and vibrant dive spots on the planet.
8. Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia
9. Kerama Islands, Okinawa, Japan
The Kerama Islands are host to 76 dive sites, and are relatively wewell-protectedhanks to a local community that has embraced both its natural oceanic ecosystems and tourism.