Scuba diving in the Caribbean is not only fantastic for its sheer number of islands, year-round warm waters, perfect climate and thriving marine life, it also offers a myriad of choices for divers of all levels, including beginners.
The Netherlands Antilles is a stunning cluster of tropical islands which hold a thrilling selection of dives and even more kinds of marine flora and fauna. With a tropical environment with stunning colours above and below water, diving here will be truly memorable.
With over 700 sun-soaked islands, endless white sand beaches and numerous dive sites, you’re truly spoilt in the Bahamas. Dive in for world-famous great hammerhead, oceanic whitetip and tiger shark dives, gorgeous coral reefs and shallow walls teeming with reef life, plus one of the deepest blue holes on Earth.
Hosting some of the best and most dramatic wall dives in the world, plus epic shipwrecks and the famous Stingray City, the Cayman Islands has something for ever diver. Renowned for having exceptional water visibility, you’ll easily spot the hundreds of fish species, turtles, reef sharks and more found there.
Pristine, healthy reefs and dozens of shark species, make Cuba truly exceptional and yet far from any dive crowds. Discover approachable marine life and immerse in a world of colourful corals and fish.
Offering some of the Caribbean’s best and easy reef dives, plus plunging walls, wrecks and challenging caves, the Dominican Republic has something for every diver. Don’t miss swimming with Silver Bank’s thousands of humpback whales and relaxing on the pristine beaches while you’re there.
Dive a sunken pirate hotspot, numerous wrecks, walls and reefs at this colourful and culturally-rich Caribbean destination. Jamaica has over 100 dives for all experience levels, plus a wealth of colourful marine life, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Boasting access to the third largest barrier reef on Earth, a 2000 meter plunging wall and abundant shipwrecks, the Turks and Caicos are unmissable for diverse year-round diving. Dive there by day or night to discover a myriad of reef fish, turtles, stingrays, sharks and even humpback whales.