The Bahamas is a popular dive destination because there is truly something for every diver. The waters surrounding The Islands of The Bahamas boast sunken treasures such as caves and forest-like coral reefs. There are many Bahamas diving destinations available, each teeming with exotic marine life.
Both live-aboard diving and resort packages are available, and the diving experts at Ultimate Dive Travel can help you choose the Bahamas diving package that is perfect for you. Will it be diving the amazing shipwrecks in Nassau? An exciting shark dive in Stuart Cove? Or perhaps you want to explore the Lost Blue Hole at the bed of the Caribbean Sea? Give us a call today and let us plan your dream Bahamas diving getaway!
|The premier land based scuba operation in the Bahamas, Stuart Coves’ is associated with the Wyndham Hotel and Orange Hill. The dive shop offers wall diving, shark diving, and tropical reef diving. Fantastic scuba diving trips for divers of all ability levels.|
Riding Rock Resort
|One of only two resorts located on the scenic San Salvador, Bahamas oceanfront, Riding Rock Resort and Marina offers two dozen rooms; twelve overlooking the freshwater pool and twelve ocean front. A full-service dive center is located in the marina complex, complete with air compressors, guest gear storage, training facilities and conference room. A beautiful, comfortable and luxurious place to stay while enjoying Bahamas scuba diving.|
Aqua Cat Live-aboard
|Liveaboard scuba diving and snorkeling in the Bahamas on the Aqua Cat. The boat offers a large variety of dives; shark feeding dives, blue holes, high speed drift dives, walls and shallow patch reefs. Each week they cruise from Nassau, Bahamas to the remote islands of the Exumas, and especially the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, some of the most pristine area in all the Bahamas.|
Caribbean Explorer II
|The M/V Caribbean Explorer II splits her time between the Saba/St. Kitts area and the southern Bahamas. The Caribbean Explorer II operates in the Bahamas departing from Georgetown between the months of March and July.
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