The biggest coral reef in the world, the Great Barrier reef. It lies in the Coral Sea around 93 miles off the northeastern coast of Queensland, Australia.
One of the richest and most diverse coral reefs in the world. It lies in the Coral Triangle and has 75% of all identifiable coral species on earth.
Red Sea Coral reefs are situated along the coasts of Egypt, Djibouti, and Israel are one of the oldest.
Rainbow Reef is located in the Somosomo Strait that stretches from Vanua Levu, the second biggest island in Fiji and Taveuni.
Maldives has 3% of the world’s coral reefs; many are house reefs, which means they are close to a dive resort and beach.
A pristine and rare coral colony of huge rose-shaped corals was found off the coast of Tahiti, the biggest island in the South Pacific.
The world’s second-biggest double-barrier reef, the New Caledonia Barrier Reef lies in the South Pacific off the northeastern Australian coast.
The biggest reef formation in the Atlantic-Caribbean region, the Belize Reef, is teeming with rare and threatened marine species.
Tubbataha reef is located amidst the Sulu sea, about 50 kilometres southeast of Puerto Princesa in the westernmost province of the Philippines.
This is the only coral formation in North America and lies off the Florida Keys. The reef stretches from the Dry Tortugas National Park to the Key Biscayne.