One of the most promising spots for encounters with blue sharks can be found within Europe’s “best kept secret”: The Azores.
Besides blue sharks, mako sharks, hammerhead sharks, and silky sharks are also frequent visitors during dives.
With over 40 shark species, the Bahamas has the greatest biodiversity in the world and one of the largest populations.
The Pacific Shark Corridor, also known as “The Hammerhead Triangle”, consists of the Galapagos Islands, Socorro Islands, and Cocos Island.
Known for its crystal clear waters and calm blue colours, Tiger Beach is a destination popular amongst travelers, photographers and shark lovers.