What is Jean-Michel Cousteau's favorite dive site?

Since age seven, when his father, Captain Jacques Yves Cousteau, threw him over board, Jean-Michel has been exploring and diving the most remote places in the world, from the Amazon River in South America to the Mekong River in Southeast Asia, from Antarctica to the Arctic. Jean-Michel has even been around Cape Horn in South America by boat, zodiac, underwater scooter, SCUBA and swimming! When asked to pick his favorite dive site, he finds it difficult to choose only one.

Some of Jean-Michel’s favorite dive sites, in no particular order, are Fiji, Papua New Guinea, British Virgin Islands, Channel Islands National Park (California, USA), Ile Sainte-Marie (Madagascar), Anysberg (South Africa), Nosy Be (Madagascar), Seychelles, Bora Bora (French Polynesia), Dry Tortugas (Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, USA), Chuuk Lagoon, Lake Titicaca (Peru), Maui (Hawaii), Tasmania (Australia) and Lake Superior (Michigan, USA).