DIVING IN NEW ZEALAND

The island off the shore of North Island is the home for tropical fishes; it is also an ideal environment for black corral. New Zealand has a lot to offer when it comes to diving spots. Your New Zealand travel will never be complete without the diving experience.

Here are the diving spots we visited for our New Zealand tours:

THE TUI WRECK

It is located in Northland. The vessel was sunk deep to become an artificial reef. Feel the chill of diving while you are on this spot.

TUI WRECK

THE FIORDLAND NATIONAL PARK

The inlets in Fiordland National Park protect its water, keeping it quiet and clear for an undisturbed environment.  Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound are known to have dark and red coral, which attract little fish.

Fiordland National Park

KAIKOURA DIVING SPOT

The South Island town of Kaikoura is well known for attracting sperm whales, New Zealand fur seals, albatross and more. You can explore the kelp timberlands and limestone reefs under water while you swim with the sea mammals.

3. KAIKOURA DIVING SPOT

WHITE ISLAND

The water of most active volcano in New Zealand, White Island, is the home of colorful tropical marine life and large fish.

WHITE ISLAND

THE POOR KNIGHTS ISLANDS

Poor Knights Islands is widely known for its diving spots. You can swim together with thousands of maomao  fishes in Maomao Arch. It is surely a great diving experience.

New Zealand is the best place for diving and I will surely come back for more. My 14 days in New Zealand is the best experience of my life.

 

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