(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, but you [...]
(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 close to [...]
Paddle, kayak, sail off Montego Bay (H. Peat)
While it has other attractions on land that make it a strong draw for many travelers to Jamaica, the coastline areas along and near Montego Bay also make it a prime destination for any category of water sport enthusiast.
Where anyone can start:
There are facilities and locations around [...]
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, with [...]