Lord Howe Island Most divers have never been to Lord Howe Island. But if there's a place on our planet worth every minute of time and ounce of effort to get to, this is it. About 435 miles northeast of Sydney, Lord Howe sits at the wonderful edge of the tropical and subtropical marine worlds. Here, two undersea realms have mixed, experimented and waved wands of enchantment into the waters off this remote haven. The ocean is vivid. A huge number of the creatures you'll encounter are absolutely unique to these waters. You'll find the Lord Howe clownfish, all black with a stripe of gray, the rare split-head wrasse and dozens of other species. Pyramid Rock will shatter your definition of what the perfect dive site should be like. It ripples with movement, life and adventure. The island and reefs have been recognized for their natural beauty and significance for 26 years by UNES CO, and since only 400 visitors are allowed on the island at a time, it's uncrowded, unspoiled and, except to the savviest of dive travelers, unknown.
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