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For the scuba-obsessed, Florida offers two options: the shipwreck-rich shores of the Keys, or the mainland's porous limestone freshwater springs. Dive into the Sunshine State.  
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Recent conflict in Bali has transformed this formerly crowded tropical paradise into the discerning traveler's choice for Edenic sand and sun without the thong throngs. Set sail.  
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The trick to Phuket—Thailand's most popular island—isn't avoidance, it's in approach. And what better way to get off the crowded beach then via sea kayak.  
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The Great Barrier Reef, Australia's most popular beach, the longest and most scenic drive in the country, sprinklings of the Outback…all the best in one state: Queensland.  
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The coastal bounty of Belize more than makes up for its nominal land size. Snorkel over the world's second-largest coral reef, kayak from atoll to atoll, and laze about in the wild blue yonder.  
Credit: Robert Houser/Index Stock 
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The overabundance of resort mania on the Pacific side of Costa Rica means that the country's Caribbean flank has all you really want: wild, remote, beautiful, and unsullied by the Wild On scene.  
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There's a damn good reason why Fiji is on every diver's must-swim list: It's the best. For the best of the best, however, head north to the Soft Coral Capital of the World.  
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