Hookah diving or tankless diving is becoming more and more popular in the United States by the day. People prefer tankless hookah diving systems, like Nemo by BLU3, because 1) it’s conveniently small and portable, 2) easy to set up and 3) has a reputation for giving users a legitimately unmatched diving experience. Here we have mentioned some beautiful destinations for hookah diving.
The Florida Keys have so much to offer. It has got everything from reefs to famous wrecks down any part of Shipwreck Trail. This tropical paradise has suitable conditions for divers using hookah diving systems. It is one of the most remote and most beautiful destinations for diving in the entire US.
Sand Key Lighthouse, Key West
It is one of the most beautiful hookah diving destinations in Key West, Florida. It is known for having an abundance of coral canyons and marine life. Sand Key is located seven miles due south. It is part of the Florida Straits, which is the third-largest reef in the world. Take your tankless hookah diving system with you and explore the beautiful underwater world there. You can expect to discover beautiful rainbow parrotfish, stingrays, nurse sharks and many other known species, you may even discover a new species yourself!
John Pennekamp Coral Reef, Key Largo
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park covers 70 nautical square miles of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Key Largo. It is the first designated underwater park in the US. This tankless diving wonder is known for its marine sanctuary, the Molasses Reef, and Christ of the Abyss — a statue of Jesus (4000 pounds) submerged in water near Dry Rocks.
If you are an adventurous person, this has to be on your bucket list. Grab your portable hookah diving system and head towards Key Largo to explore the underwater world.
Santa Catalina Island, California
This beautiful island is located 22 miles off the coast of Los Angeles. It is famous for its historic casino and miles of hiking trails along its craggy bluffs. This place has lush kelp forests and beautifully formed rock coral, which contribute to the creation of its unique ecosystem. You will surely spot California state fish, the garibaldi, dolphins, and other large pelagic fish there. Pack an extra battery or two for your hookah diving system on your trip to Santa Catalina Island.
Phil Foster diving at Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
This bridge is located in Phil Foster Park in West Palm Beach, Florida. When it comes to shore diving, muck diving or just plain diving, the Blue Heron Bridge is often hailed as the best in the Americas and to be honest, we agree. We recommend you take your Nemo diving because you’ll discover a great variety of life there. Also, you may want to bring an underwater camera to show your friends pictures and videos on social media. With easy shore entry and months of tropical warm water, Blue Heron Bridge is a great place to dive all year round.