When I hear the words “diving safari,” I can’t help but think of “Mogambo.” What can I say? I’m getting old. I’m sure the younger generations do not know about this movie John Ford directed. Oh, how many wonders the cinema of the 50s showed us!
Today, I have the task of writing about “diving safaris,” and it brings to mind the mature and attractive Clark Gable, taking the very young and equally beautiful Ava Gardner and Grace Kelly on a photographic safari in Africa. Yes, we agree, it wasn’t a scuba safari, but the parallel is evident. After all, a safari is a safari, whether you wear mountain boots or a wetsuit; the objective is to admire animals in their natural habitat.
While those adventurers ventured into the jungle, we divers venture into the sea.
If they were ecstatic to see elephants, rhinoceroses, and lions, we, on our diving safaris, seek humpback whales, manta rays, and bull sharks.
If Grace Kelly and her husband hired Gable to film gorillas, you (insert your name here), as an avid diver, trust Dressel Divers to fill your GoPro with images of manatees, whale sharks, and schools of dolphins.
Well, in this article, we’re going to tell you where you can embark on excellent diving safaris to achieve just that.
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