Canada not only has its borders on the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic Oceans, it also has more lakes than the rest of the world combines, allowing it to be the only country that hold 20% of the world’s freshwater and has some of the most untouched marine environments. The cold water temperature does not stop divers from exploring as it leads for fascinating life under the water, like sea lions and sixgill sharks. If you are interested in whales, you can explore the opposite coast of Nova Scotia where there is a massive selection of whales – killer, humpback, minke, right and pilot whales, also even bluefin tuna. Canada could definitely provide a challenging and memorable diving experience to divers.