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Turkey Middle East Scuba Diving 2021 | Deep Blue Destinations
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Kaş is the diving capital of Turkey. It is one of the top 100 dive sites of the world because of its abundance of marine life and ancient relics. There are over 30 dive sites, all within a 20 minute boat ride from the dock. You can wreck dive, cave dive, and explore deep canyons. Sometimes, there are even underwater art exhibitions held here, so keep in touch with the locals to find out more information. Be sure to bring your camera, you are certain to run into some incredible sights, and probably even some sea turtles!Head to Bodrum, too, where you can do some interesting wreck diving. There is a massive aircraft carrier to explore, as well as several other boats. A fairly intact propeller plane is yours for the exploration, as well. Old cars, beaten by time and water damage, are like skeletons of their former selves.While in Turkey don’t miss out on the Three Islands, where there is plenty of marine life to discover.

Turkey Sea Life

Though marine life has taken a hit due to the economic boom in Turkey, there are still protected marine areas where wildlife is abundant. Sea turtles are plentiful here, and Iztuzu beach is one of the most important breeding grounds for loggerheads.In rocky crevices you can find octopi, eels and lobsters. Rays glide above the sea floor, and a variety of fascinating fish flit through the water.On your boat ride you may even get the joy of seeing flying fish as they jump from the sea.

How To Get There

Turkey is the gateway between Europe and Asia, so there are many, many ways to make your way into and through the country. Fly, take the train, or drive. Large cities have Metros and buses, metered taxis, and Dolmuşes (minibuses). If you want to get farther out, take a Dolmuş or rent a car.

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