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Where to Go Diving in the Caribbean

The ever-glowing sunshine, turquoise beaches, glorious sunsets, white powdery stretches of sand and reliably warm and bright weather all year round are just some of the elements that make Caribbean holidays so incredibly appealing and irresistible, whatever the occasion. 


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The Bahamas have to be one of the best places on the planet for diving enthusiasts – with over 3000 islands on the tip of the world’s second largest barrier reef, the Bahamas are all about being in the water!  Read more


Barbados, the most easterly island in the Caribbean archipelago is unlike many of the other islands in the Caribbean, which are volcanic. Barbados itself is an ancient coral reef with over 85% of its surface comprised of limestone.  Read more

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Bonaire’s sea abounds with beautiful marine life and a fascinating variety of multicoloured tropical fish, there is lots to see while diving on Bonaire.  Read more

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Situated in the heart of the Caribbean Sea, the three tiny islands of the Caymans are well known to the diving community.  Read more

Warm, clear waters. Unspoilt, healthy reef systems with an abundance of soft coral life. And a culture above the water that is hard to beat.  Read more

The Dominican Republic is one of the most geographically diverse countries in the Caribbean, with everything from quintessential Caribbean beaches with thatched huts to jungle clad mountains.  Read more

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This is one of our favourite Caribbean diving destinations, but its stature is not limited to just the Caribbean, as Grenada offers some of the best wreck diving anywhere! Read more

One of the most naturally rich islands in the Caribbean, St. Lucia tempts travellers with its lush rainforests, abundant wildlife, powdery soft sands and inviting turquoise waters.  Read more


An amazing destination for divers from all over the world, the Turks and Caicos Islands are known for incredible underwater visibility, beautiful wall dives, and an abundance of marine life of all sizes.  Read more

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