Shipwrecks, healthy coral reefs and some of the best shark diving in the world (including tiger, hammerhead and bull sharks) await you on a liveaboard adventure in the Bahamas.
With over 700 islands, the Bahamas features more dive environments than you’re likely to see in one trip. The third largest barrier reef is found offshore. There are also deep walls, fascinating wrecks, blue holes, tunnels, caverns and some of the best shark diving in the world. In fact, you’ll find dive sites for nearly guaranteed interactions with tiger, bull, hammerhead, silky and oceanic whitetip sharks. Liveaboards are the best way to get the most out of your diving vacation in the Bahamas. Typical itineraries travel around one group of islands (i.e. Exuma Cays or Grand Bahama) and last between 6 and 7 days. The best time to dive the Bahamas is from October to June.