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Florida Diving

USA Florida dive guide
Florida Diving Guide
Anna Maria
  Boca Raton
  Boynton Beach
  Cape Coral
  Clearwater
  Coral Springs
  Crystal River
  Dania Beach
  Daytona Beach
  Deerfield Beach
  Destin
  Florida Keys
  Fort Lauderdale
  Fort Myers
  Hialeah Beach
  Hollywood
  Jupiter
  Lake City
  Lantana
  Longboat Key
  Miami
  Orlando
  Panama City
  Pensacola
  Pinellas Park
  Placida
  Polk
  Pompano Beach
  Port Charlotte
  Port Orange
  Port St Joe
  Ridge Manor
  Sanford
  Sarasota
  Singer Island
  St Petersburg
  Sunny Isles
  Tallahassee
  Tampa
  Tarpon Springs
  Venice
  West Palm Beach
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Scuba diving in Florida

Florida is one of the most visited destinations by divers in the USA. It has more than a thousand miles of coastline. Florida has a wide choice of dive sites. Historical and artificial Wreck sites, natural and artificial reefs, sinks and springs and some of the most attractive cave and cavern systems in the world; all these are represented in its diving spots. Fresh and crystal clear water suits underwater photographers and allows you to enjoy its beautiful and unique aqua life.

Always dive according to your level of training.
Never enter the water without checking with Florida diving centers for safety, additional information, level required for each dive site and without being accompanied by a professional.
All the information provided is purely informative for our readers and shouldn't be used as is to plan your immersion.

Average annual temperature: Between 23°C to 31 (74° F to 88° F)
Average Water surface temperature: 24° C (75° F)
Visibility often averaging: Visibility is between 30 and 100 (10 to 30 meters)
Coldest time: January
Warmest time: July
Possible to dive all year round.

Florida is the most preferred diving destination for divers from all over the world. It has the only living coral reef in North America that runs from South Florida to Florida Keys. Snorkelers and scuba divers enjoy Florida dive sites for its wide variety of marine life. Snappers, goliath grouper, barracuda and nurse shark as well as color sponges and coral inhabit its attractive dive sites. You will find manatee in the southern counties, they come to this warm place during the winter months. You will enjoy photographing and swimming side by side with these peaceful giant animals.

If you are a diver looking for great diving spots, you'd most probably be getting Flights to Orlando, Florida. Florida is a common destination for people who want to have a scuba diving holiday. This state has beautiful beaches perfect for a family getaway. The clear waters and perfect temperature also makes it a very ideal diving destination. This is one of those places wherein you'll surely have great memories after spending your vacation here. So pack your things and treat your loved ones to a diving holiday here in Florida!

Wreck sites like Ancient Mariner in Boca Raton, The Regina (Sugar barge) in Anna Maria and The Bayronto in Fort Myers are very popular dive sites. Divers come to enjoy diving these wrecks and the wide variety of sea life that inhabit them. A beautiful cave system is represented in The Gulf of Mexico Counties. You need to be a cave certified diver in order to dive in these caves.

Venice is the most famous shark tooth capital in the area. It is famous for fossil diving. Gooddive like all addicted recreational divers do not encourage the removal, killing or feeding of underwater creatures.

Florida also is a great place for drift diving. Tremblay Reef in Placida and San Remo in Boca Raton are great spots for enjoying the beautiful under water life while doing nothing and letting all the work for the current.

Florida Keys is a chain of coral reef islands. It consists of four major diving destinations; Islamorada, Key Largo, Key West and Marathon. The Keys are considered the sunken treasures home. you can find some remains of real pirates' treasures.

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