Mangroves tangle themselves along the shoreline of Anguilla, a Caribbean getaway with more than its fair share of outstanding dive sites and vivacious marine life.
The twin islands of Antigua and Barbuda are a dreamscape for scuba divers. Spend a lengthy diving holiday in style during your stay at this beachy paradise.
Aruba hosts coral reefs, seagrass gardens and the second most wrecks in the Caribbean. These sunken ships are ideal for all levels of scuba divers.
With great shipwrecks, stunning walls, healthy coral reefs and some of the best shark diving in the world, diving in the Bahamas combines the best of the Atlantic Ocean with the Caribbean Sea.
On colorful Barbados, the West Indies delight scuba divers. Turtle nesting grounds and barracuda on the hunt should not be passed up in these clear, tropical waters.
In the middle of the West Atlantic lies an island with a name sure to ring sweet with divers: Bermuda. From shipwrecks to bustling reefs and crystal clear waters, Bermuda has it all.
The “Shore Diving Capital of the World”, Bonaire’s accessible coral reefs create one of the most famous dive destinations in the Caribbean.
Be surprised by some wonderful shipwrecks and beautiful reefs while scuba diving the clear waters of the British Virgin Islands.
The Cayman Islands have attracted scuba divers since the sport was invented. Known for amazing wall dives, beautiful coral and seemingly infinite visibility, these islands are the perfect cocktail ...
The largest island in the Caribbean, Cuba will deliver on sites for shark lovers, cavern explorers or coral enthusiasts.
Featuring easy shore access to most dive sites, independent divers and boat diving enthusiasts both will love the healthy coral reefs, sloping walls and shipwrecks of Caribbean Curacao.
Called the Nature Isle, Dominica is the Caribbean of yesteryear, not only in its down-home charm but with diving that feels like it’s been preserved for future generations.
With miles of pristine beach, the Dominican Republic is a favorite destination for divers in search of Caribbean reefs, wrecks and humpback whales.
Grenada has electric drift diving, mind-blowing macro marine life and the biggest, baddest shipwreck in the Caribbean.
Travelling to Haiti is not for the faint of heart, but for those willing to take a risk, the country’s tropical waters reveal deserted and colorful reefs as well as the eery 450-foot Zombie Hole.
Kick back and relax in Jamaica, an iconic island destination with incredible scuba diving. With crystal clear water and protected reefs, it doesn’t get much better than this.
Marvelous Martinique will blow you away with its wild variety of marine life and its lovely shoreline towns. Warm beaches greet you, and smiling faces send you on your way.
As an often overlooked destination in recent years, the dive sites on this Caribbean Isle haven’t been damaged by overuse and are therefore fantastically colorful and host an abundance of marine life.
Puerto Rico's astounding visibility allows divers of all levels to take advantage of its pristine coral reefs, caves and untouched offshore islands.
With a quaint, European charm above the waterline and pristine diving below, Saba calls itself “The Unspoiled Queen.” Healthy reefs with incredible visibility and marine life covered pinnacles are ...
With pristine beaches and luxurious resorts, Saint Barthélemy is a dream. What’s under the water is set to impress as well. Discover this underwater Shangri-La by diving into St. Barth’s depths.
Rolling green hills press themselves against the sea, making a pretty line of white sand in between. St. Kitts and Nevis are picturesque and relaxing, the ideal place for a Caribbean getaway.
Featuring a large marine park full of colorful reefs, shipwrecks and coral-covered pinnacles, St. Lucia’s underwater world is like nowhere else in the Caribbean. A multitude of marine life awaits.
Although St. Martin is divided between two countries, our opinion of its diving is not. Divers can expect to see fascinating rock formations, shipwrecks and a variety of colorful sea life.
Known for its photogenic critters, uncrowded dive sites and gorgeous topside setting, St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a Caribbean diving destination that is sure to impress divers of every level.
A little-known paradise, Stin Eustatius features some of the best preserved waters in the Caribbean. With 7 distinct ecosystems and plentiful marine life, you are sure to love diving in Statia.
Diving in Sint Maarten is a colorful treat. Most sites are shallow and easily accessible. Divers can expect to see fascinating rock formations, shipwrecks and a variety of colorful sea life.
Gorgeous Guadeloupe offers much in the way of entertainment. There are untouched beaches and fantastic coral reefs where you can dive to your heart’s content.
Trinidad and Tobago beckon, islands boasting white sand beaches and turquoise waters. From the inland jungles to the warm seas, these islands are the place to be.
A scuba diver’s dream, Turks and Caicos is a sparsely populated group of islands scattered throughout the turquoise blue Caribbean.
Sunny skies and warm sandy beaches await you on the US Virgin Islands, where spectacular dive sites lie scattered all throughout the turquoise waters.