Everyone has lived long enough on this earth to realize that the oceans make up a great majority of the planet. The major ones include the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic, and Southern ocean near Antarctica. I would not advise going swimming to go explore them all unless you are experienced and have the adequate gear but even then, it is still dangerous. Despite all the sharks that could possibly eat me, and the jelly fish that could electrocute me, I still find oceans absolutely fascinating. There is something about the intricate corals and the thousands of species of marine life that spark my curiosity, making me want to learn as much as I can about how they come to be; Their endless rainbows of color that draw people in and intrigues them. Learning about the stunning marine life of the vast Oceans of the world and experiencing it are two completely different things. If one does get the opportunity to go scuba diving, it is an unforgettable experience. There is nothing like feeling the cold water on your skin and the rush of adrenaline that you feel when you know how deep you are under the water. You can feel the change in temperature as you descend. There are a few places like the Dead Sea where tourists can go and it is definitely a unique experience. The dead sea is so salty that one can float without any effort at all and it is definitely a “must” when thinking of places to travel.