The Scuba Dive Travel Directory

Find a complete source of information on SCUBA Travel through out the Caribbean.

  Board of Tourism for the Bahamas and Caribbean
Contact information for Caribbean and Bahamas board of tourism for travel, vacation, hotel and water sport Information.


  Waterfront Hotel Guide
Find the perfect hotel accommodations for your Caribbean or Bahamas vacation


  Florida Scuba
  Ft Lauderdale Scuba
Florida Keys Scuba
  Grand Cayman Scuba
Whether you opt to go in it, or just sit above it, there's something about the turquoise waters, white sand and refreshing breezes that keep visitors to the Cayman Islands coming back for more. There's no limit to the number of things you can see and do, from the thrill of going underwater without getting wet to the fun of parasailing along the beautiful Seven Miles Beach or just basking in the sun. The ideas are endless when you just add water.

In the Cayman Islands, fantasies of exploring the mysterious underwater world can be met -- without ever getting wet! By viewing marine life from a submarine, the Cayman Islands fish covered reefs and enthralling drop-off can be discovered by land-lovers. Atlantis submarines offer rides aboard the 48-passenger Atlantis XI, the Deep Explorer 1000 takes two passengers on dives of up to 800 and 1000 feet below the ocean's surface, the Seaworld Explorer takes 35 passengers just five feet below the ocean's surface, Cayman Submarines' SEAmobile Submarine Tours also offers room for two passengers to explore underwater life at depths of up to 60 feet with a 360-degree view. Nautilus offers the 60-passenger air-conditioned Nautilus semi-submarine with a protected glass hull that cruises five feet below the sea's surface.
  Bonaire Scuba
There are a number of reasons people visit our island. First timers generally have heard about the climate, the water, the sun and what there is to do. When asked, repeat visitors generally say that they did not have enough time to do all they wanted to on their first visit. If it is the third or fourth trip, the answer is basically the same but with this addition "It is the warmth and friendliness of the people" that keeps visitors returning year after year.
Bonaire has the reputation of being laid back, slower paced and very tranquil. The good news is that while this is all quite true, the island also offers a lively nightlife, fun places to visit and world class restaurants. When you first come to the island, you are a visitor, but when you leave, you are a friend.
Secluded Bahama Beach   Bahamas Scuba
The Islands Of The Bahamas is a 100,000-sq-mile archipelago that extends over 500 miles of the clearest water in the world. Our 700 islands, including uninhabited cays and large rocks, total an estimated land area of 5,382 sq miles, and register a highest land elevation of 206 ft. Most notable, however, is that each island has its own diversity that continues beyond geography, carrying through to the heart of The Bahamas, the Bahamian people. You’ll find it in our heritage. In our culture. And in our humble pride. These are The Islands Of The Bahamas. Population: somewhere north of 300,000
  Puerto Rico Scuba
  BVI Scuba
The British Virgin Islands are volcanic outcrops of a vast underwater plateau that stretches for more than 70 miles where the Caribbean meets the Atlantic. Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, Anegada, and more than 60 other smaller islands form a protective ring around the crystal-clear aquamarine water known as the Sir Francis Drake Channel. They create a sheltered paradise of secluded coves, calm shores and sweeping beaches. This extraordinary setting provides outstanding underwater visibility, healthy coral and a wide variety of exotic dive sites, with air temperatures between 80 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. Countless reefs, towering coral pinnacles, underwater caves, lava tunnels, canyons, massive boulders and grottoes are strewn across this vast submerged shelf, creating a choice of dive sites that range from shallows for the novice snorkeler to dramatic sea caverns and extraordinary shipwrecks for the experienced scuba diver.
Diving in BVI waters where visibility may reach more than 100 feet is always a thrill, and many beginning divers choose to get certified here. Dive shops make it simple for students to take an entire course during their holiday. Or, if you've already begun your certification process, you can complete your open water daytime or nighttime dives in calm, warm seas protected from high wind and waves.
A marine park system and mooring buoy program administered by the National Parks Trust and the Ministry of Natural Resources are dedicated to the preservation of reefs and marine life. These conservation efforts have resulted in vibrant reefs and abundant fish populations. Tiny invertebrates, drum fish, octopus, grouper, crab, starfish, spiny lobster, golden moray eels, yellowtail and barracuda provide visitors to the British Virgin Islands with superb opportunities for underwater exploration and photography
  St Thomas Scuba
St. Thomas combines the natural beauty of the islands with a cosmopolitan atmosphere.

Charlotte Amalie, the capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands, is one of the most
beautiful harbors in the world and the most visited port in the Caribbean.
Elegant dining, exciting nightlife, and world-class duty-free shopping are
abundant in Charlotte Amalie. The city's reputation as the shopping
mecca of the Caribbean draws visitors from all over the region and around
the world.

A mountainous island, St. Thomas offers stunning vistas in almost every
direction. While Charlotte Amalie is full of energy, St. Thomas also
provides natural wonders such as the indescribably beautiful Magens Bay and stunning views of the Caribbean from 1,500 feet above sea level. Drake's Seat is particularly famous for its vistas.

Sports and activities are abundant on St. Thomas. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the George and Tom Fazio-designed Mahogany Run course. St. Thomas is also well known for its world-class yachting and sportfishing.



  Cozumel Scuba
  Belize Scuba
An adventurer's paradise, Belize is your peaceful, English-speaking neighbor only two hours away from 3 major U.S. Gateways. With a diversity of adventure opportunities unmatched by any other country, the Belize people have protected 40% of the country as parks and natural reserves.
Belize is on the Caribbean coast, nestled between Mexico and Guatemala and offers an intriguing mix of tropical forests rich with wildlife, majestic 3,675 foot mountains, mysterious Maya temples, and diving and fishing experiences beyond compare.In a single day you can go from tropical forest to the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere.
And the people are as warm and friendly as the climate.
  Fiji Scuba


  Truk Lagoon Scuba
  Galapagos Scuba
  Roatan Scuba
  Bali Scuba

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   Florida Scuba
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   Florida Keys Scuba

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Puerto Rico Scuba
Roatan Scuba
St Thomas Scuba
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