Known as the "Spice Island of the Caribbean" for its cinnamon and nutmeg production. Grenada showcases some of the best diving in the Caribbean with over 30 dive sites including a sculpture park. When you're not diving, explore their numerous waterfalls, chocolate factories, and rum distilleries.
Part of the ABC islands and conveniently located outside of the hurricane belt, with amazing diving opportunities: reefs, walls, and sunken ships. When you're not diving there's plenty to explore on this Dutch Caribbean island such as colonial architecture, history, beaches, markets, and much more.
Explore the rich coral reefs and historical shipwrecks while staying at a beachfront resort that's perfect for taking in breathtaking sunsets! St. Johns nearby has plenty of shops and casinos to explore. For more adventure, snorkel with sting rays, take an ATV tour, or stroll horseback along the beach.
Great destination for reef, wreck, and shark diving in turquoise waters. Non-divers can snorkel nearby off the private island with sea turtles and tropical fish. Hop on the local bus into downtown where you can explore shops, eat local Bahamian food, such as conch fritters, or enjoy the lively nightlife and casinos!
The Exumas are comprised of over 365 cays spanning over 100 miles of crystal turquoise waters. Explore underwater walls, lush coral reefs, and exciting marine life encounters such as turtles, rays, and sharks. Take part in the Swimming Pigs excursion or play golf at a course that rivals Pebble Beach.
With a portfolio of about 200 wrecks, an abundance of turtles, barracudas, and seahorses, it’s no wonder that Barbados is a dive destination that captures the interest of divers. The resort features fun unique concepts such as a bowling alley and rooftop pool and bar. Nearby explore historic Bridgetown and its Garrison.
We call it the "Hawaii of the Caribbean". This island has everything from the iconic Pitons, waterfalls, hot springs, volcanoes, helicopters, and more. More than 20 world-class dive sites showcasing sunken vessels, trenches, and an abundance of marine life.
Turks & Caicos have two features that define local diving: the third largest barrier reef in the world, and excellent sheer walls. Fantastic destination to take the kids and let them try diving with the Bubblemaker program, spend a day at the waterpark, or on the expansive beach.
Mix of dive sites for both the novice and advanced diver. Explore an abundance of reefs with colorful coral and even swim through caverns. Located in the southern portion of Jamaica, which is more remote with private beaches and stunning mountains surrounding the resort.
Defined by the infamous 7-mile beach and considered to have the best diving in Jamaica. A perfect location to get certified or to take additional courses. A variety of dive locations featuring sunken planes and an abundance of marine life such as rays, turtles, variety of fish, and more!
Boasting underwater structures, arches, and caverns, the marine protected sites around Montego Bay offer a unique experience in addition to the fantastic reefs. There's even the chance to dive at Stingray City, or checkout the advanced cavern dive: Widowmaker's Cave.
Ocho Rios boasts some lovely protected shallow reefs leading to exciting drop-offs for more experienced divers. You can find a thriving ecosystem of fish, eels, lobster, sharks, etc. When you're not diving, there are numerous excursions to explore such as waterfalls, ATV's, ziplining, and tubing.