Southeast Asia. The dive world is pretty partial to it, and with good reason. The region is broken up into a series of islands and coastlines along the Pacific Rim that have made it ripe for dive spots, dive shops, and those looking for a great scuba adventure. What’s more? The price is right. Typically cheaper than diving in the Eastern Hemisphere, everything from tank to boat to bed isn’t going to put much of a dent on your wallet. Once you’re on this side of the world, a trip for two can run about fifty American dollars a day, and that’s a conservative estimate. If you’re down for a $2-a-night hostel, those costs decrease, and dollar meals are everywhere.
But where should you go? Let us help you with that. In fact, we’ll let the places do the talking. Click on the links to learn more!
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