Belize has the second largest barrier reef in the world and this is why millions of scuba divers travel there to experience some of the best diving in the world. Diving off of San Pedro is a great location to dive with docile nurse sharks. The Belizeans feed them fish and the sharks have become accustomed to humans. In fact, because of the widespread feeding of these sharks, a boat’s propeller has become the equivalent of a dinner bell.
All in all, I think this is a great location to get some decent diving in if you can deal with lots of tourists diving with you.
Location San Pedro, Belize
GPS Coordinates 17.92084, -87.95861
The Erojacks is an artificial reef in Dania Beach, Florida. Reminiscent of the game Jacks, the dive site is a pile of concrete X’s . The concrete pilings are meant to prevent beach erosion and provide a reef habitat within the boundaries of John U. Lyold state park. The site is marked by one of these concrete X’s on the beach. This is where you would enter the water and swim out until you see the start of the pilings on the sea floor. The maximum depth is about 25 feet.
This dive site is full of marine life. It’s a popular hang out for nurse sharks and typical Caribbean reef fish.
GPS Coordinates 26° 3′ 44.28” N 80° 6′ 26.1” W