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St. Croix – Snorkel, Dive, Sail, Kayak and More

(courtesy – USVI Dept. of Tourism)

Many come for the entertainment or shopping, but St. Croix has a coastline providing plenty more to do just offshore.

Scuba and snorkel: A popular destination for diving is small Buck Island. It’s actually Buck Island Reef National Monument. There’s just one authorized dive operator, Caribbean Sea Adventures, […]

Water Sports in Grenada

(courtesy – Grenada Board of Tourism)

From city-side bays to remote inlets and coves, the tri-island state of Grenada‘s coastal formations along with the diversity of marine activity operators add up to an excellent mix of water sport options. Some of what you can expect to find and enjoy:

Diving and Snorkeling – With […]

Snorkelling Anguilla – Wrecks, Reefs and Walls

Aside from its other offshore water sport activities, Anguilla is known as the “Wreck Diving Capital of the Caribbean” since there are nine shipwrecks in its surrounding waters – all sunk specifically to be enjoyed by scuba divers. These wrecks are home to a wide variety of corals and marine life, including angelfish, barracudas, margates, […]

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao

The southern Caribbean is an unspoiled home to a vast variety of marine life – fish, coral, mammal inhabitants – the result is that scuba diving activity is high on the list for visitors to the Dutch islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. Along with the spectacular, pristine marine conditions, the diligent conservation efforts on […]

Grand Cayman Diving

(credit: Cayman Islands Dept. of Tourism)

Thanks to the variety of dive sites and the presence of several highly experienced diving operators and facilities around Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, it has long been an established leader in Caribbean dive destinations – attracting not only seasoned scuba divers but also beginner divers who all can […]

Diving in Aruba

Aruba is one of the most popular islands in the Caribbean. About 800,000 tourists visit the island each year, many of them being return visitors. Aruba is known for its pristine white sandy beaches, warm sunny climate and its abundance of exotic marine life. Divers from all over the world visit Aruba, […]

Caribbean Diving Adventures

Day trips to remote islets around the Caribbean that are accessible mainly through independent scuba or sailing operators is one way to go further afield after you have dived the larger destinations of the region. Island chains such as the Bahamas, Virgin Islands, Turks & Caicos or Grenadines are among the prime places where you […]

Hiking and Diving Tobago

It’s the smaller partner in a two-island nation, but Tobago makes up in locations and activity for what it may lack in geographic size. Tobago is also a notable magnet for diving enthusiasts with its long stretches of beach and extensive coral reefs that are home to the largest brain coral in the world, along […]

Little Cayman Adventures

How does a small, flat island like Little Cayman come to have its own unmistakable character and flavor? Man, history and nature have all put their stamp here, creating a serene environment which in spite of the limitations of geography is a point of arrival in the Caribbean that offers much in the way of […]