Google Street View is constantly expanding, adding new locations for you to visit from the comfort f your own home. And since 2012 you can even dive into the ocean’s depths with a single click.
A few days ago in celebration of World Oceans Day Google Street View added new underwater location anyone can explore.
This is a perfect way to not only raise awareness for protecting our oceans, but also a great prieview for your next holiday destination, it’s up to you.
Here are 23 images of these amazing underwater worlds.
1. Wilson Island, Great Barrier Reef
2. Sian Ka’an, Mexico
3. This bronze “Christ of the Abyss” statue was placed on the sea floor of the Florida Keys in 1965.
4. Fagatele Bay, American Samoa
5. Mary Celeste Wreck, Bermuda
6. South West Breaker, Bermuda
7. Komodo Islands, Indonesia
8. The Cancun Underwater Museum features pH neutral sculptures designed by Jason deCaires Taylor.
9. North East Breaker, Bermuda
10. Playful Sea Lions, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
11. Larvotto Marine Reserve, Monaco
12. Lady Elliot Island, Great Barrier Reef
13. Jacques Cousteau Park, Guadeloupe
14. Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia
15. Apo Island, Philippines
16. Emily’s Pinnacles, Bermuda
17. Fagatele Bay, American Samoa
18. Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, Belize
19. Benwood Wreck, Florida Keys
20. Here’s an underwater view of the Aquarius Reef Base in the Florida Keys, where marine biologists and astronauts conduct research.
21. Ile Vache Marine, Chagos, British Indian Ocean Territory
22. Devil’s Crown, Galapagos
23. Pedras Secas
You’ll never get bored looking at this endless beauty.