Around the world, the seasons are starting to change in May, and many of these shifts bring good diving conditions to some of the top dive sites in the world. May in Australia is the start of the Great Barrier Reef's chilly season. When this happens, diving is amazing and visibility is amazing. Fantastic diving and close encounters with large animals occur in both the Maldives and the Galapagos Islands during the wet season. The best diving conditions in Komodos are in May, which is also the start of the busy season.
When humpback whales are migrating in June, divers have a unique opportunity to get a glimpse into the habitat of these gentle giants in locations like the Galapagos Islands and Australia. Before the season ends, June is the last month to visit Socorro (but don't worry too much, because it means Great White Shark season in Guadalupe is soon!)
One of the finest times to reserve your upcoming liveaboard adventure is in July. Incredible diving with ocean giants is possible at the Galapagos and Cocos Islands due to higher nutrition levels and colder water. The Great Barrier Reef is in the midst of whale season, and Sipadan is under ideal circumstances.
August's flavour of the month is Mexico. In Guadalupe, which is undoubtedly the best location to dive with great white sharks, the great white shark diving season has begun. The Sea of Cortes is another beautiful Mexican dive site where you can engage with charmingly inquisitive Californian sea lions, and the conditions there are excellent. During the month of August, you may go scuba diving with mating green turtles in Malaysia's stunning Sipadan Island if you prefer sea turtles to sharks.