Atlanta, Georgia is the state capital city of this part of the American South. The population of this city of rolling hills set in dense tree coverage is almost 500,000.The metropolitan area has nearly 5,500,000 culturally diverse inhabitants. This is the seventh most popular city for visitors in the US. It attracts over 35,000,000 tourists every year. There are numerous varied opportunities for relaxation and recreation on offer, and one very popular choice is scuba diving Atlanta.
SCUBA (Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus) is an exhilarating and gratifying pastime. Diving with sharks, big fish, whales and dolphins is on the "bucket list" of many people. Scuba permits divers to "see under the sea"; it reveals an aquatic world of exciting activity. One certain way to meet the unknowns of the underwater world face-to-face is to dive at Atlanta's world famous aquarium.
The aquarium houses 120,000 animals from 500 different species in eight and a half million US gallons of water. This has made it the most popular attraction in the city. There are six galleries, touch tanks and the gigantic tank of the Ocean Voyager exhibit. Family and friends can watch through viewing windows and an underwater tunnel as you dive with sharks and rays.
All divers are certain to encounter cownose rays, humphead wrasses, tarpon, zebra sharks, sawfish, pompano, bowmouth guitarfish and leopard whiprays without leaving the city. They also display Beluga whales, Atlanti...