#1. Parks are 100% more awesome underwater.
Green Lake, Austria.
#2. Even wrecks are beautiful.
#3. You’ll experience a different, mesmerizing kind of crowd.
#4. You will literally be in two continents at the same time.
The Silfa fissure, a deep-water crack that separates the North American and Eurasian continents.
#5. You will discover how gentle giants can be.
#6. You will see yourself in a new light.
#7. You will get to experience a world of new colors.
#8. You’ll understand what it means to be surrounded by beauty.
#9. You’ll discover why weird = beautiful.
A nudibranch, a soft-bodied mollusks that has 2,300 identified species.
#10. You’ll find out how other creatures blend in.
A pygmy seahorse.
#11. You’ll get to visit a whole new kind of art gallery.
Cancun Underwater Museum, Isla Mujeres, Mexico.
#12. You’ll witness real teamwork in action.
A group of surgeon fishes clean a turtle.
#13. You’ll experience a new kind of galaxy.
Jellyfish in the waters of British Columbia.
#14. You’ll find a new hangout with friends…
#15. And you’ll get to meet even more buddies.
#16. You can take surreal photography to an entirely new level.
Underwater photography in Bali, Indonesia.
#17. And get a history lesson while you’re at it.
A 5-meter granite statue in Egypt.
#18. You’ll meet this guy.
The Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
#19. And once you’ve done your first dive, trips to places like this will suddenly become A LOT more interesting.
The Great Blue Hole in Belize