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Justin Carmack

I am Justin and I run a site about scuba travel. I travel to the best dive locations on Earth, many being at or near WHS locations. So far I have been to 74 WHS, with more to come.

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Belize Barrier Reef Justin Carmack

I have visited Belize and its barrier Reef a few times for scuba trips, and its definitely worth a visit. It is less touristy then nearby Mexico, yet has some amazing diving. During the right season you can see whale sharks in the south, and I saw a few white tip sharks in the Blue Hole as well. You have to be careful what dive center you go with, as many in Belize have a bad reputation for being too lax with the rules or dive safety. 

Another fun thing to do with your dive operator is the now popular lion fish hunts. They give you little Hawaiian style spear guns, and you get to shoot this invasive species all day. Pretty fun and helps the environment.

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Ningaloo Coast Justin Carmack

Nigaloo has some of the best scuba diving in the world, along with the nearby Navy pier. I actually prefer it to the Great Barrier Reef, as you don't need long boat rides, and can dive right off shore if you want. Its really common to take road trips up the coast from Perth with a camper van, and you can camp anywhere on great beaches near the road. Besides diving, they also offer whale shark tours where a small plane flies over head searching for the sharks so that you don't have to search all day by boat. Awesome place.

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Name: Justin Carmack

Country: USA

Visited WHS: 74

Most Impressive: Komodo National Park (underwater)

Proposal New WHS: Raja Ampat