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Whether you’re an experienced diver with over 500 dives or if you’re new to scuba diving with only 10 dives, we invite you to make us part of this experience diving with us at any of our destinations. You can find more information about the different dive sites here. You can´t find the dive site you are looking for? You can send us an e-mail to info@scubacaribe.com and we will reply as soon as possible.

  • Aruba

  • The Fingers (Palm Beach)

    This side received its name because it resembles a finger pointing into a deep water. Turtles are often seen at this side, as well as an abundance of fish life: lots of butterfly fish, foureye, surgeonfish and angelfish (mostly queen and French) I saw a huge school of fish (Blue Tangs, then Surgeonfish) Please note that a strong current can be present and because of this reason this dive spot is not recommended to beginners....

    De Palm Slope (Palm Beach)

    Great coral formations, sloping to great depths. Well known for the presence of spotted eagle rays and lobsters. Other fish are barracuda, parrot fish, surgeon fish, yellow tail grunts and sergeant major....

    Jane Sea Wreck (Palm Beach)

    The Jane Sea wreck features the remains of a freighter that is about 76m long, located at 27m depth and it’s nearly upright. It lies upright on the bottom surrounded by orange cups corals, fire coral, red and pink encrusting sponges on its hull, as well as some magnificent black corals on her port side. Fish such as barracuda, lobster and green moray eels are spotted regularly there and with some luck... turtles and rays!...

    Barcadera Reef (Palm Beach)

    Healthy and beautiful reef, filled with corals and large gorgonians on the sandy bottom. The reef starts at 15 feet and goes up to 80 feet depth. Common fish are here: barracuda, puffer fish, lobster, moray eel and French angelfish. Excellent spot for drift diving!...

    Sonesta Airplane (Palm Beach)

    Aruba has two sunken airplanes an YS-11 and a Convair 240 (or a DC-3) both intentionally sunk as an artificial reef for scuba divers.Straight out from the Hotel’s private island, The Convair 240 or DC-3 (debatable) is a 40 seater aircraft 74 ft (22.76 m) in length and was sunk shallow in the Sonesta reef just off the coast, but has moved to a depth of 80 feet after Hurricane Lenny hit in 1999 which also cut the fuselage into two big pieces. Other parts of the plane are located at a depth of 45 feet on the sloping reef. The Convair 240 is still penetrable, and divers can easily explore the interior of the fuselage offering divers a fantastic photo opportunit...

    Harbor Reef / Pilot Boat (Palm Beach)

    Reef consisting of soft and hard coral formations with a gradual slope offering a good view for the Old Pilot Boat. An ideal habitat for large brain corals, orange, black and blue sponges. Located in front of the main harbor downtown....

    Star Gerren (Palm Beach)

    Sunk in August 2000, this is Aruba´s newest wreck site! Schools of fish have already discovered the site- blue stripped, french grunt, blue tang, yellow tail, snapper and yellow goat fish may be found!...

    Pedernales Wreck (Palm Beach)

    The Pedernales was an oil tanker that was torpedoed during World War II by the German military. Large pieces of the tanker are spread out throughout the site, so you can find everything from pipelines to lavatories, washbasins, and cabins.Many groupers and angelfish, as well as a variety of other fish species of all sizes, can be found throughout the wreck site. Divers of all levels can enjoy this site, which is especially great for beginners because it’s easy to get to and it’s easy to find the various coral formations that have developed around the wreckage that remains....

    Blue Reef & Debbie II (Palm Beach)

    In 1992 the 120 feet (37m) fuel barge Debbie II was sunk in Malmok and formed an artificial reef. Now it's filled with a multitude of fish, such as parrot fish, trumpet fish and moray eels. This area is also known for lobsters, barrel sponges, leaf corals and brain corals....

    Antilla Ship Wreck (Palm Beach)

    This German freighter lies on the west coast off Malmok beach and is the largest wreck and one of the best dive spots in the Caribbean! The "Ghost Ship," a 400-foot-long German freighter called the Antilla was scuttled in shallow water off Aruba in 1940 when Germany invaded Holland. The 4,363-ton Hamburg American Line steamer, capable of carrying 120 passengers and crew in addition to cargo, turned on its port side and sank while facing shore.In little to no current you can expect to see yellow tail snapper, angelfish, bluehead wrasse dart between star and brain corals, hamlet and damselfish beneath purple gorgonians, four-eye butterfly fish, yellow frogfish...

    Malmok Reef (Palm Beach)

    This is an easy but fascinating dive spot perfect for beginners. It used to be here a plane wreck, but now only propellers and engine are left. You can see here green moray eels and fish such as sergeant majors, jacks, goatfish, angel fish and grunts; There is a variation of brain corals, star corals, sea fans and lots of sea sponges. Almost guaranteed to see hawksbills and green sea turtles!...

  • Cape Verde

  • Shark Point (Boa Vista)

    22 m deep wall with caverns were sand tiger shark and nurse shark like to hang around. Also the shape of the wall is really impressing with caverns and holes in the bottom and castle end on the top. In this place there is couple of possibilities to plan a dive: you can dive in one area in the north and just follow the rocks or you can drift down to the south. The rocks are really impressive, with overhangs, canyons and small cavern making this dive very interesting and different every time you come here....

    Bodega de Juan (Boa Vista)

    This dive is interesting and challenging all levels. The dive starts with a small cavern with a ceiling covered with tube anemones (you will find them in all overhangs). Inside horizontal cuts try to look for lobsters, glasseyes and maybe nurse sharks sleeping throughout the day. Once you find the rhythm you go with the flow and find parrot fishes, scorpion fish and schools of chromis pointing at the current on top of the rocks....

    Marine Club (Boa Vista)

    It is a shallow dive on a local reef which is a perfect locations for student divers and beginners. Thanks to easy conditions, mostly without currents or just little, it’s also recommended for check dives....

    Possona (Boa Vista)

    Very interesting dive spot with an end of a volcanic platform which creates a 5m wall with a sandy bottom with some overhangs. Divers have a possibility to see sun coral formations, schools of glass eye fishes, sand tiger shark, nurse shark, loggerhead turtle and stingrays....

    Channel (Boa Vista)

    It consists of a very long channel that looks like human made. The dive goes through that channel watching all the marine life on the way. Good conditions are required, to avoid swimming under big breakers. Nurse shark and stingrays are spotted during this dive....

    North Rocks (Boa Vista)

    Second dive north of Sal Rei´s island located north of the island is has a plane platform at 14 m before an entrance of labyrinth of rocks and columns full of surprises. It is an extended dive site with loads of possibilities. One of diver´s favorites! There are rocky formations that you can screen or just follow the small wall, which brings you to a small hole. Stay in front of it and look inside. Better than TV! Arrow crabs, lobsters, fire worms, different kinds of parrot fishes, island groupers, black spotted picarels, different morays, file fish and conger eels might be seen....

    Taliarte Wreck (Boa Vista)

    Given its shallow depth of 10 metres at its bottom Taliarte it is an ideal spot for course dives, divers who want to get back into diving after a longer break and underwater photographers. Also passionate wreck divers will enjoy Taliarte that used to be a fishing boat that sank approximately 15 years after it hit reef. Today it is resting on its starboard side providing perfect environment for many marine species. Parts of the superstructure broke off and are now scattered over the sea bed. Staying at RIU Hotel, diving the wreck of Taliarte is a must as it is full of marine life. Descend along the mooring line and you will reach the stern of the wreck at aro...

    Shark Bow (Boa Vista)

    It’s a deep reef located on 27m depth with a beautiful stone bow were we normally can find some sand tiger shark sleeping on the bottom and schools of soldier fish and yellow tail snapper. You can expect a visibility around 10m. This dive spot is recommended to experienced, advanced divers....

    Atlandita (Boa Vista)

    One of the divers favorites dive, it’s a rock platform covering half a mile area with different depths and shapes. Atlantida is located 20 boat minutes southwest of Riu Karamboa. Its reef top welcomes you at around 9 meters and is ideal for divers of all levels. Small pool shaped holes cover the reef top and it is worth taking a closer look into them as you might find lobsters, scorpionfish or moray eels hiding in there. All over the reef and along its steep wall you will spot yellow tail snappers or big schools of sergeant majors and sea breams. If you like macro life you will be happy to find fire worms, gobies, nudibraches and spider crabs all over the th...

    Tchu Klassa (Sal Island)

    At Tchu Klassa you are going to find a top with a big overhang covered with yellow anemones. It is possible to find there different kind of morays eels and crabs. On the days with some of current there is a chance to see big fishes like tunas, sail fishes, sharks and during a season… whale sharks!...

    Santo Antao Wreck (Sal Island)

    This wreck of a merchant ship was sunk in 1966 and now is located on a sandy bottom, divided into three parts with bow and stern in good conditions. The intermediate load area is completely devastated with pieces lying on the bottom. Around the Santo Antao there are countless moray eels, puffer fishes, abundant number of juvenile balloon fishes and others....

    Cavala (Sal Island)

    A deep dive with fantastic walls, suitable for advanced divers only. Cavala begins with a step of 28 meters and reaches 50 meters. It is possible to have incredible encounters with pelagic fishes of various kinds , bull shark and hammerhead shark!...

    Boris Wreck (Sal Island)

    It is a Russian origin boat used to transport refugees from Senegal which sunk in January 2006 during navigation. Soon after that incident Boris became an artificial reef where you can see large number of fishes of different kinds: stripes, carangids, nurse sharks, shellfishes and sea slugs. Maximum depth we will range is 27 meters....

    Tres Grottes (Sal Island)

    “Tres Grottes” means three caves. It’s a set of three caves located close to each other. It is an easy dive thanks to the fact that all of the caves are easily accessible and not complicated to be explored. They are filled with yellow anemones and nice, soft corals. To get to all three caves is necessary to swim few centimeters above the bottom through a hole filled with schools of different fishes. In order to enjoy this dive at its maximum it is worth to bring a dive troche which will illuminate dark holes and overhangs full of marine life....

    Farol Fundo (Sal Island)

    Farol is a multilevel dive with different depths. During Farol Fundo we will stay between 12 and 18 meters in contrast to Farol Baixo which is a shallow part of Farol. This dive offers many holes, small caves to be explored, rich in shellfish and eels. Ideal to find a toadfish!...

    Farol Baixo (Sal Island)

    Farol is a multilevel dive with different depths. During Farol Baixo we will stay between 8 and 10 meters in contrast to Farol Fundo which is a deep part of Farol. This dive offers many holes, small caves to be explored, rich in shellfish and eels. Because of big amount of light coming from the surface is a good spot for underwater photographers!...

    Pontinha (Sal Island)

    It is a wall which starts at 12 meters and reaches 30 meters, but we will dive here between 12 and 18 meters as this part is the most interesting. Wall is very rich in marine life, has a lot of small holes and cracks where lobsters and eels like to hide. It is always worth to look into the blue as you can spot some oceanic manta or even hammerhead sharks!...

    Dunas (Sal Island)

    It is a shallow water dive suitable for both beginners and expert divers.You can expect to see soldier fish, groupers, parrotfishes, trumpet fish, goatfish, scorpion fish, morays and nice corals. Usually the visibility is around 15-30m and the maximum depth you will reach is 10 meters. There is also an interesting overhang with lots of trumpet fish, snappers, goatfish, grunts, scorpion fish and even some frog fish if you have a good eye....

    Boya 32 (Sal Island)

    Is a very interesting dive spot recommended for advanced,experienced divers due to depth (average 27m with max of 30m) and possible currents. You can expect to encounter angelfish, parrotfish, goatfish, butterfly fish, lobsters but also big fishes among which nurse sharks and stingrays, lobsters. Typically the visibility varies from 12 to 30m....

    Algodeiero (Sal Island)

    It is a rocky reef wall full of crevices and overhangs inside which you can find colorful corals and lovely yellow polyps. There are different schools of fishes which may accompany you during this dive. Is possible to encounter bigeyes and morays and with a little bit of luck turtles and sharks!...

  • Costa Rica

  • Catalina La Punta (Guanacaste)

    We will start this advanced dive with a free descent, drifting with the current to the amazing rock formation located on the bottom, where sharks used to get clean. In season (December to April), this is the best point to see large amount of the majestic giant manta ray. At the surface you can expect to see passing by dolphins, devil ray and whale sharks....

    Catalina Wall (Guanacaste)

    The frequent presence of ocean currents make this spot appropriate only for advanced divers. A descending line will drive us to the depth of 35ft, where we'll start swimming down through the interweaving sandy channels, flowing to the rocks of the bottom. We can expect to see white and black tip sharks and find huge manta rays. Large schools of tropical fishes complete the colorful scenery of this place....

    Arco Iris (Guanacaste)

    The enormous amount of colorful tropical fishes give the name to this dive site. King and Cortez angelfishes, parrotfishes, surgeon fishes, butterfly fishes. Its proximity to Catalina Island makes it a good place with high possibility to encounter passing manta rays....

    Acuario (Guanacaste)

    Huge schools of king angelfishes are the most recognizable sign of this spot. Along the sandy channels flowing through the enormous rocks at the bottom we'll find resting white tip sharks....

    Tiburones (Guanacaste)

    Very popular dive site, characterized for the three huge rocks that compose the bottom scenery. As its name indicates, encounters with reef sharks are almost guaranteed. We are also going to see turtles, eagle and devil rays, and invertebrates as clown shrimps, octopuses, orangutan crabs and much more....

    Tranquilo (Guanacaste)

    "Tranquilo" means "quiet" in Spanish, and the reef's name honors the place. The rocky formation, grounded in the bottom perpendicular to the coast line, is a relaxing, full of life diving spot. Trumpet fishes, reef cornet fishes, grunt fishes, jack fishes, Cortez angelfishes will surround us during the dive....

    Punta Corda (Guanacaste)

    The bottom profile makes this dive site appropriate for snorkelers, beginners and experienced divers. At the descending line will meet surgeon fishes that will follow us during the major part of our swimming tour around the rock. King angelfish, Cortez angelfish, reef cornet fish, scorpion fish, jackfish and snappers are permanent inhabitants of this spot....

    Baty Point (Guanacaste)

    Large schools of tropical fishes will welcome us at the descending line. At 60 f, the sandy bottom is used as a cleaning station for several species, among which manta rays, nurse sharks and white tip sharks. Green and olive ridley turtles are commonly seen...

    Rocket (Guanacaste)

    The shallow depth of this submerged rock formation makes it ideal for beginners and students, as well as for snorkelers. We will find several coral formations like brain and finger coral, anemone sponge, surrounded by tropical fishes. The attentive observer will discover octopuses and lobsters....

    Matapalo (Guanacaste)

    This shallow, off shore accessible place is ideal for snorkeling. Full of life, will allows to enjoy the view plenty of colorful fishes, among which we will see sergeant and grunt fishes, snappers and pork fishes. The good observer will discover octopuses and moray eels as well as southern and round stingrays....

    Pelota (Guanacaste)

    Shallow and small rock formation appropriate for beginners. Due to big amount of sunlight we will find multiple kinds of colorful tropical fishes as butterfly, parrotfishes, squirrelfishes, angelfishes and triggerfishes....

    Tortuga (Guanacaste)

    One of the places where we may see a large amount of reef sharks lying at the bottom of the channel, cutting the rock formation and over the sand around a little sunk boat. Going down through the descending line we'll be welcomed by an impressive school of sergeant fishes. Once at the bottom will find orangutan crabs, clown shrimps, see horses and plenty of balloon fishes....

    Punta Argentina (Guanacaste)

    This very popular dive site took its name from the topography of the small submerged island, resembling the form of Argentina. Descending through the mooring line we will see large schools of red snappers. Once at the bottom, swimming through a narrow channel we will encounter white tip sharks and sting rays. Looking carefully, it’s possible to find sea horses, frog fishes, clown shrimps and octopuses....

    Sorpresa (Guanacaste)

    We will start this amazing deep dive descending through the anchor line to the huge volcanic rocks at the bottom. Will find several kinds of moray eels and octopus hidden inside rock formations. It is a common place where devil and spotted eagle rays are passing by. There are impressive schools of jack and grunt fishes....

    Playpen (Guanacaste)

    We will make a free descent to the shallow volcanic rock formation.Due to the presence of marine grass covering large areas of the bottom, it is common to encounter plenty of green and olive riddle turtles swimming surrounded by grunt fishes schools....

    Meros (Guanacaste)

    Shallow and beautiful dive, appropriate for beginners. Easy to find sea horses and several types of nudibranchs, as well as giant groupers and turtles. At the deepest point (60 f) there is a medium sized sunken sailboat....

    Monkey head (Guanacaste)

    Monkey head took its name from the emerged part of the volcanic rock, resembling the head of a gorilla. There are plenty of green morays around the main rock. It is common to see spotted eagle rays and large schools of tropical fishes. Over the sand we are also going to find lots of garden eels....

    Virador (Guanacaste)

    There is always plenty of sea life around this submerged volcanic island. Following the descending line will get to a 35 ft. cave where it’s easy to find white tip and nurse sharks. Lightly deeper there is a platform where rays are cleaning themselves by remoras. Common to encounter schools of grunt fishes, snappers and sergeant fishes....

  • Dominican Republic

  • Astron Wreck (Punta Cana)

    Astron wreck is a famous dive site situated in the magnificent Punta Cana region. Owned by Russia and built in France, the ship sank in 1979 while delivering huge amount of corn to Cuba. The dive site features high water visibility. The ship is situated at an average depth of 12-15m/40--50ft with the length of the wreck being around 92m/300ft. The wreck is conveniently positioned not far from the beach with its top still can showing above the water. The ship remains well preserved, so divers get a chance to take a good look at the structure.The variety of underwater flora and fauna here is really thrilling. Unique combinations of diverse coral formations and...

    Park Reef (Punta Cana)

    The site is located just off Punta Cana and recommended for Open Water Divers. Its name comes from the variety of corals and fish that are combined with beautiful white sand around. Coral Park has interesting rock formations covered with corals and populated with abundant marine life. Often you can see stingrays and nurse sharks. The average water temperature ranges from 26-29C / 79-84F. Average site depth is 12m / 39ft. The currents are low....

    Coral Garden (Punta Cana)

    Beautiful reef, with many colors present here thanks to the influence of the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Located only 5 minutes by boat from the beach is suitable for divers of all levels. Here you will see beautiful sponges, fans corals, brain coral, coral leaves, which create a perfect environment for its inhabitants. Butterfly fish, surgeons fish, trumpets, parrot fish, squirrels, sole and much more! ...

    Rondana (Punta Cana)

    Rondana Reef is a wonderful dive site with the maximum depth of 14m/46ft and a great variety of different coral alleys, rocks and reefs. Among the coral species the main ones here are elkhorn and pillar corals. The site is inhabited by various kinds of creatures such as moray eels, lobsters, crabs, yellow tails, eagle rays, stingrays, octopuses, flounders, and parrot fish. Occasionally, divers may get a rare chance to swim with manatees who seem to favor this site....

    Batato (Punta Cana)

    Explore beautiful caves crossing with sunshine and spectacular coral formations! Batato is a fine dive site with the average depth ranging from 5m/16 ft to 14m/46ft, making this location great for both experienced and novice divers. The highlight of this site is a collection of great coral reef passages, caverns and tunnels divers can explore on one dive. A wide variety of colorful tropical fish as well as lobsters, crayfish and barracudas make this site attractive for underwater photographers. Sometimes, divers may get a rare chance of meeting some manatees. At certain points of the day, when the weather is nice, divers can catch a moment when sunshine penetrat...

    Paradise (Punta Cana)

    Observe one of the most beautiful places for underwater naturalists : a narrow tunnel extended with some small ravines, many types of fish with a possibility to see rays. Here you will find different corals: pillar corals, finger corals, many types of parrot fish, trigger fish, puffer fish , cow fish and angel fish....

    Cuevitas (Punta Cana)

    Discover many small caves and canyons, illuminated by sunlight! Swimming between them you can see smooth brain corals, fan corals, yellow tail snapper, parrot fish, beef and balloon fish, trumpet fish and cleaner shrimps. ...

    Monica Wreck (Punta Cana)

    This sunken ship named Monica offers an interesting underwater journey to the past . Monica was a wooden boat that which was transporting different tools to the sugar plantation. Unfortunately, because of the strong storm the boat has sunk and remained underwater until today. Wooden parts of the boat are not in good conditions, but there are still some interesting steel parts such as rails for the train , propellers and máquinas. This wreck became a home to many small tropical fish and sometimes it's even possible to see barracuda.It's possible to explore the boat from outside and inside....

    The Wall (Punta Cana)

    The Wall is a name of our top dive spot close to Catalina Island, located on the south of Dominican Republic in waters of Caribbean Sea. There is a drop off called "wall" which is home to many types of corals and different fish.The Wall is on the east side of Catalina Island and is a drop, starting at about 5m (16ft) and descends down to 40m+ (131ft+) depth, with a good visibility between 10m (32ft) to 20m (65ft). You will find that the underwater ecosystem around Catalina Island is full of sea life with a wide selection of corals and sponges of all different shapes, colours and sizes: vase sponge, fire coral, sea pen, sea cucumber, sea fan coral, Elkhorn co...

    Aquarium (Punta Cana)

    This dive spot is located close to beautiful Catalina Island in the waters of Caribbean Sea. Throughout the year, the weather conditions in this area guarantee you an easy dive up to 12 meters, perfect for each level divers, including beginners doing their first open waters dive! There are incredible coral formations placed on the flat sandy bottom as well as rich marine life with lobsters, yellow rays and moray eels. The name "Aquarium" says it all!...

    Park Reef (Punta Cana)

    El sitio está ubicado justo al lado de Punta Cana y recomendable para CMAS * / OW buceadores. Parque de Coral cuenta con interesantes formaciones rocosas cubiertas de corales y pobladas con una abundante vida marina.Arrecife de corales, cuyo nombre se debe a la gran variedad de corales y peces que alberga combinado con la hermosa arena blanca que le rodea. Con frecuencia se pueden ver rayas y tiburónes nodriza.La mejor época para bucear es de febrero a noviembre. La temperatura media del aire se mantiene alrededor de 25-28C / 77-82F. La temperatura media del agua oscila entre 26-29C / 79-84F. La visibilidad es media y depende de las condiciones meteo...

    Astron Wreck (Punta Cana)

    Off the coast of Punta Cana we can find the remains of a ship that has become a favorite site for tourists who dive in this area. This is the Astron, Russian-owned ship carrying corn to Cuba and was surprised by a strong storm. Although not the only version that runs on this boat, it seems the official. Built in France in 1957, he had 127 meters long and weighed about 28,000 tons.The boat hit the reef being split in two submerged stern and bow emerging on the waves, visible from some resorts of Playa Bavaro. But the inside was looted 20 years ago shortly after the collapse happen, the Astron still interesting as a place for diving. ...

  • Jamaica

  • Riu Pitt (Montego Bay)

    Very interesting dive with some statues placed in the middle of a sandy patch surrounded by coral reef, caverns and caves. The Pitt Reef is home to puffer fish, squirrel fish, glass eye snapper, parrot fish, lion fish, sting ray, conch, spot snapper, lobster, eagle rays and even nurse sharks!...

    AirPort Cavern (Montego Bay)

    AirPort Cavern features a beautiful healthy reef and many swim through cavers at the depth of 39ft/12m. There is a mild to moderate current, which carries numerous skulls of various fish. The most exciting creatures to see at AirPort Cavern are southern stingrays, mutton snappers, basket and flying gurnards, barracudas, parrotfish, porcupine fish, groupers and many more. The reef is covered with both soft and hard corals of different shapes and colors, which serve as a habitat for many rare sea slugs and other small creatures....

    Plane Wreck (Montego Bay)

    The only wreck which divers can explore in Montego Bay. It’s a wreck of an old DC3 plane lying on the bottom, at around 25m. Thanks a passed time a wreck become an artificial plane rich in corals and marine life. Perfect dive spot for advanced open water divers which can enter the plane at a few entry points and examine the inside of the wreck!...

    Swim Through Cavern (Montego Bay)

    Dive sites with set of caverns which can be explored inside, filled with different types of corals and tropical fishes. Expect to see staghorn coral, star coral, brain coral, sea fans and much more!...

    Fish Pond (Montego Bay)

    Outstanding dive site with interesting rock formations, swim throughs and beautiful corals. It’s possible to spot here eagle rays, sea horses, lettuce sea slugs, mackerel and many other small tropical fishes....

    Riu Garden (Montego Bay)

    It is a shallow dive and snorkeling area. As the name indicates, it’s a true underwater garden with different types of corals: Elkhorn, Staghorn, Brain and Star. A part that you can see a variety of fish life such as file fish, angel fish, trigger fish and fairy basslet....

    Stingray City (Montego Bay)

    Beautiful dive site with a great number of southern stingrays living in this area. There are usually easy conditions allowing even beginners to dive in this unique place! The crystal clear waters and sandy bottom allow admiring and interacting with magnificent stingrays that wait for divers as soon as they step out from the boat....

    Sea World Reef (Montego Bay)

    This beautiful, low-profile, shallow reef has huge stands of soft gorgonians (sea fans) and vibrant colors of the creatures living there. Perfect dive spot for beginners and enthusiasts of underwater photography!...

    Chubb Reef (Montego Bay)

    It is a beautiful reef with outstanding corals. This reef drops off to 40ft making it perfect for scuba divers. The variety of marine life is overwhelming! On the sandy bottom there are seen many times turtles feeding, and during a dive spotted moray eels, spiny lobsters and crabs which made this place their home....

    Shark Reef (Negril)

    As the name suggests, this site is a good place to spot small reef sharks. This majestic reef provides large overhangs with holes where you can find nurse sharks hanging out during the day. Close to the mooring there is a huge stand of pillar coral, some of the largest to be seen in area of Negril....

    Tug Boat (Negril)

    This boat was sunk in 1993 to provide the sea life with an artificial reef. Dive among the remains of the ship and see the great diversity of marine life that has been created over the years. Look for barracuda, scrawled file fish, and the occasional eagle ray passing through the area....

    Island Reef (Negril)

    This dive site ranges from 7-10 meters. It’s a nice shallow dive perfect for beginners. You will see a lot of brain corals and southern rays. If you are lucky, you may even find a seahorse or turtles!...

    Surprise Reef (Negril)

    There's a few caverns perfect for hiding of nurse sharks and turtles. You will find colorful sponges, and wide variety of marine life...a dive site full of surprises!...

    The Gallery (Negril)

    At this dive site you will find quite a large variety of reef fish and macro. This is a site where we regularly see eagle rays and nurse sharks. In the reef we have two beautiful swim-throughs. Definitely a dive site you do not want to miss!...

    Fanta-Sea (Fantasy) (Negril)

    Stay on top of the reef and check out all of the little nooks and cranies where you can find all sorts of interesting little creatures. You can also drop down off the edge to a sandy bottom and look for eels and crabs hiding in the reef. ...

    Snapper Drop (Negril)

    At this point, you will find a wall that starts at 15 meters and drops to 24 meters. It is home to a variety of marine species, some of them hidden in the cracks of the wall.Very dynamic and fun diving....

    King Fish Point (Negril)

    This is a beautiful dive site for divers who seek to find various species of fishes. It also has beautiful overhanging ledges, which leads into a 130ft great wall. This reef is home to turtles, great back whales and occasionally hammer head shark can be seen! One of Negril´s best wall dives. ...

    Big White (Negril)

    The name of this dive site has nothing to do with the underwater topography, but comes from the steep white cliffs along the shoreline. Along the top of the wall there is particularly profuse reef with some impressive stands of pillar corals. Recommended for all underwater photographers! ...

    Deep Plane (Negril)

    Named for the Cessna 152 Airplane resting next to the beautiful overhanging reef at 27m/90ft, this site is full of overhangs, ledges, caverns, sponges, sea fans and corals. It is also well known as an exquisite spot for viewing a host of tropical aquatic life including Queen Angelfish, Spotted Drum Fish, Soldier fish, fabulous Moon Jellyfish, stingrays at the reef and even the occasional dolphin and some seahorse next to the plane! You simply never know what will come around the corner!...

    Golden Gate (Negril)

    Golden Gate is a dive spot with a reef top starting at 8m and sandy bottom at 23m. You will find here some overhangs, arches, canyons and small caves as well. Take some time to explore the blue water as you may see also eagle rays passing by....

    Arches (Negril)

    Very interesting dive spots with a sandy bottom, overhangs, arches, ledges and top which starts at 8 meters. Possible occasional encounters with dolphins accompanied by beautiful underwater landscape. Dive through the Arches and notice the purple and yellow fairy bassets. They align themselves to the substratum and are upside down on the ceilings of the arches and caverns. A must dive in Negril!...

    Ocho Rios Slope (Ocho Ríos)

    Considered one of the most interesting and exciting walls of the island covered with different corals, located only 15 minutes by boat from our dive center. Here you may encounter Hawk Bill turtles, Eagle Rays and schools of yellow tail snappers. Diving here is recommended for divers with OWD certification and higher levels....

    The Mountains (Ocho Ríos)

    The site consists of three pinnacles starting at 18m and finishing at the depth of 36m. These underwater mountains are covered with corals and sponges which are home to different tropical species. Diving here is recommended for divers with AOWD certification and higher levels....

    Katherine Shipwreck (Ocho Ríos)

    An old Canadian minesweeper which was sunk by purpose in order to create and underwater artificial reef and at the same time attraction for divers. The wreck can be explored both from outside and inside; is encrusted in corals, plenty of sponges, squirrelfish, bluehead wrasses, hamlets, grunts and schools of fishes. Dive spot recommended for experienced divers....

    Sand Channel (Ocho Ríos)

    A dive spot which is very close from the Ocho Rios coast dive spot which looks like a nursery filled with of juvenile fishes. To dive here you have to be at least Open Water Diver....

    L-Reef (Ocho Ríos)

    L-reef is kind of wall where we are going to reach max. 20 meters. On this site you will see a large school of goat fish and a lot of southern sting rays. Because of the depth you have to be at least Open Water Diver to be allowed to dive in this place....

    Willow Tree Reef (Ocho Ríos)

    It is a nice flat reef with a wide variety of marine life located only 3 minutes by boat from our dive base. Here you will see different types of corals and tropical reef fishes. Dive spot suitable for OWD or higher....

    Rockside Reef (Ocho Ríos)

    The site consists of reef that is covered with a wide variety of sea fans and sponges with a variety of marine life among which you will find squirrelfish, bluehead wrasses, hamlets, grunts and schools of fishes....

    Coral Garden Reef (Ocho Ríos)

    As a name indicates, it’s a reef covered with underwater garden of sea fan and sponges located only 5 minutes by boat from our dive center. Beautiful panorama and variety of colors create perfect conditions for underwater photographers. There are also some interesting swimthroughs and caverns to be explored during this dive...

    Daxhall (Ocho Ríos)

    The site consists of a flat reef that is covered with a wide variety of sea fans and sponges with a variety of marine life, including Hawk Bill Turtles. Dive here gives a possibility to encounter large schools of blue tang and many tropical fish....

    Harbour Reef (Ocho Ríos)

    This is a reef in form of a wall with sandy bottom located 15 minutes from our dive center. On the sandy bottom you are going to see an old Spanish anchor and a boiler, which probably comes from an old vessel....

  • Mauritius

  • White Tip (Le Morne)

    Full of life dive spot with its biggest attraction which are white tips shark. Apart sharks it’s possible to encounter other underwater bigfish like, eagle rays, stingrays, sea turtles or big trevallies....

    St. Jacques (Le Morne)

    Fantastic drift dive and arguably the best dive site in Mauritius. The depth ranges from 3 to 30 meters. You start by being dropped inside the lagoon at a depth of 3-5m. It’s a drift dive so there is always current, whether it be mild current or pumping current. Once you are in the water you descend and let the current do the rest. You drift in what feels like a tube up and down, left and right between rock pinnacles, corals and loads of fish. Eventually you reach somewhat of a cathedral where you find some rock to hang on too and wait for the grey reef sharks to make an appearance. They range in numbers between 3-15 sharks! On the way to this point ther...

    Cassiers (Le Morne)

    Generally a deeper dive site with a reasonably flat bottom contour. Best suited to advanced divers seeking big polagics. There are beautiful corals to see along with schools of barracuda, eagle ray and puffer fish. Visit this dive site enough and you can have the rare opportunity to see Blue Marlin or sail fish whilst diving!...

    La Murene (Le Morne)

    This dive site allows divers explore the reef rich of marine life like nudibranch, octopus, different clown fishes, groupers and a lot of other tropical fishes which have made this reef their home. This dive spot is visited by the huge number of sardine bringing with them schools of bonitos and tunas....

    Hoi Siong Wreck 6 (Le Morne)

    This vessel was sunk by purpose in 2003 in collaboration between the Mauritius Marine Conservation Society, the Mauritius Scuba Diving Association and the Mauritius Oceanographic Institute. Since that time Hoi Siong Wreck has become a sanctuary for marine life making diving here a unique experience. Located at the depth of 28 meters which is a home to many tropical fishes gives a possibility to see a large variety of species, barracudas, tuna fish, surgeon fishes, brilliantly colored butterfly fishes, lionfishes and schools of goatfishes. Hoi Siong remained in a very good condition making a dive here a historical exploration of Le Morne and with good visibil...

    Aquarium (Le Morne)

    It is a relaxing, calm dive spot in a deep canyon down a very narrow gorge. Here we are going to meet hundreds of reef fish such as: clown fish, electric rays, small moray eels, spiny lobsters, ballistas, butterfly fish, angel fish, nudibranches and seashells....

    Needle Hole (Le Morne)

    Off the coast of Ile aux Bénitiers, divers can enjoy big amount of small colorful tropical fishes like parrot fish, fusiliers, sergeant major. It is right place for enthusiast of underwater photography as normally good visibility and little distance from the surface provide excellent light for taking pictures....

    New Reef (Le Morne)

    Located outside the reef and in front of Benitier island reachable in 15 minutes by boat. Starting on very shallow water goes till 17m with sandy bottom. It is a calm and easy dive spot where diving along the reef will make you find a wide variety of tropical fish such as snappers, sea bass, scorpion fish, puffer fish, schools of jack fish and time to time turtles or octopuses during a summer time. Suitable for everyone, both beginners and exerts divers as well as for snorkelers....

    Crystal Rock (Le Morne)

    Off the south west coast of Mauritius, about 200 meters from the shore, sits this rock in the middle of the ocean. In the shadow of the mountains with the crystal clear sea, it is an area of natural beauty. The crystal rock itself is pretty, but it is the views around that make the experience .The famous Crystal Rock of Mauritius is a wonderful place for diving with a possibility to see a variety of tropical fishes and encounter dolphins!...

    La Cheminee (Le Morne)

    A very popular dive site, especially in winter months. It is close to a river mouth so at times the visibility can be a little low. However, this often brings with it the big game fish! It has a drop off from 12 to 30 meters. Giant Moray, lobsters, snapper, titan triggerfish and clown triggerfish can be found along this drop. Definitely a dive worth seeing you if you are an experienced diver....

    Bubble Corals (Le Morne)

    Of all the corals hobbyists can choose from, the bubble corals are definitely some of the most unique in appearance. Topped with oddly-shaped, swollen vesicles, these are eye-catchers in every place they are present at. Bubble Corals is a very pleasant dive site which took its name from big amount of rare bubble corals. Apart interesting reef formation you can expect to see numerous brightly colored reef fishes....

  • Mexico

  • Cenotes (Cancún)

    The Yucatan Penisula is a huge limestone platform where water runs through underground caves. Part of this land has collapsed, creating sinkholes called Cenotes which give an access to this unique underground system. Feel the thrill of exploring this mysterious sweet water caverns with interesting stalactite and stalagmite formations and explore with us Cenotes!. If you are Open Water Diver (with more than 10 dives) and you have never tried it out, this is the moment. You cannot miss it!Cenote Dos Ojos: It was shown in the IMAX movie “Trip inside the wonderful caves”. Dos Ojos is considered one of the longest and most decorated underwater cave system i...

    Minesweeper (Cancún)

    This C-56 minesweeper is 150 feet long and creates a possibility to explore it by funs of underwater history and diving. Years ago this ship was used as a minesweeper by the US Navy which later was purchased from them and sunk by purpose in 1996 to create a reef and attract marine life. Depending on the time of year and water temperature, you can see eagle rays, sting rays, moray eels and barracudas. Because of frequently strong currents this dive spot is recommended to advanced experienced divers only....

    The Shipwrecks (Cancún)

    C-55 and C-58 served as Mexican Navy Minesweeper during the World War II and were sunk by the Mexican Army.  C-58 is located about 40 minutes away, off the coasts of Cancun and in 2005 was split in two during hurricane Wilma so now almost all the rooms are accessible to scuba divers. Wrecks are colonized by different species of fish, including trigger fish, starfish, seahorses, porcupine fish, parrot fish, octopus, lion fish, jelly fish, grouper, green moray, damsel fish, barracuda, sharks and angel fish. The wrecks also receive an annual visit from large schools of eagle rays that migrate here in the winter months....

    Los Aristos (Cancún)

    This site is located on the eastern side of Cancun. It is an ideal location for funs of colors who can explore beautiful and colorful reef with couple of caves an abundant marine life including wide variety of reef fishes, turtles, morays, sharks....

    Cuevas De Afuera (Cancún)

    It is a deep dive which offers a rich marine underwater life for experienced divers. Usually there is a good visibility which allows seeing different types of fishes and even hammerhead sharks cruising in this area....

    Grampin (Cancún)

    It is a coral reef filled with rich underwater life and coral formations like brain, staghorn, fire and fan coral. Some of the marine species that divers can spot in this area are parrotfish, damselfish, yellowtail snapper, pork fish, creole wrasse, butterfly fish, honeycomb cowfish....

    El Tunel (Cancún)

    The name of this place comes from the tunnel which used to be here in the past. It’s a dive spot with usually very good visibility up to 30m. The average depth during the dive is 15m but it is possible to descent up to 20m down. With some current divers can enjoy drift dive during which they are going to swim over small corals with rock and ledges. It’s possible to see parrot fish, grunts, butterflies, a green moray eel, barracuda, and even a nurse shark....

    Chitales (Cancún)

    This shallow reef is a beautiful spot with great diversity of colorful fish and great variety of marine life. Next to the reef there is a sea-grassland where it is common to find green sea turtles. With a minimum difficulty level and excellent visibility, it is ideal for beginners. Divers can expect to see lots of colorful fishes, including amberjack, bocayate, frog fish, barracuda, jelly fish, parrot fish, nudibranch, green moray, trigger fish, grouper and others....

    La Bandera (Cancún)

    La Bandera is located south of Isla Mujeres, in the National Marine Park of Bahia Mujeres. Bandera reef is a long coral reef topped with elk-horn coral. There is a possibility to meet schools of barracudas, moray eels, large crabs, angel fish, stingray, trigger fish, turtles, lumberjacks and pampano that swim over the reef. There are also plenty of ledges and overhangs, which make dive in this spot fun-filled underwater adventure....

    Manchones (Cancún)

    Manchomes Reef is a true natural spectacle where tourists can enjoy the wonders the marine world has to offer. Exotic fish species and flora with amazing colors make it very special, indeed. The diverse reef formations you will find in the azure blue waters are unique to Manchones reef. Cruz bay is a must visit for the bronze sculpture that lies under the water and is a symbol for people who lost their lives at sea. The reef has depths from 15 meters to 2 kilometers and is full of coral reefs that are home to countless astonishing marine species....

    Underwater Museum (Cancún)

    Cancun Underwater Museum is the world’s most famous underwater sculpture museum. Scuba dive in this incredible place is unforgettable experience devoted to conservation of the area. The Museum aiming to demonstrate the interaction between art and environmental science forms a complex reef structure for marine life to colonize, inhabit and increase biomass on a grand scale. Museum occupies an area of over 420sq meters and  is divided into two galleries called Salon Manchones and Salon Nizuc. The first is eight meters deep and suitable for both divers and snorkelers and the second four meters deep and only permitted for snorkeling....

    Sea Lions Colony (Los Cabos)

    One of the main attractions we should definitely visit in Cabo San Lucas is the arch at Land's End, a natural rock formation that was created by erosion where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez and is today a home to sea lions and seals. The seals usually live and migrate in herds, this feature has become a peculiar attraction for all those interested in learning more on these beautiful animals inhabiting this wonderland landscape. Usually these beings are attracted to bays, warm coasts, estuaries and other places where the current is low. This is why the Sea of Cortez has become home to many colonies living in the Peninsula of Baja California. By visit...

    Neptune’s Finger (Los Cabos)

    Come and enjoy a multilevel dive along the steep drop off of Neptune’s Finger. The rocky reef extends a skinny crag skyward, likend to be Neptune pointing up to the sky. Unique in the bay of Cabo San Lucas, this dive site is best for divers who enjoy deeper tours. This dive site consists of two coral reefs, a beautiful vertical wall and the biggest sand fall of the Cabo San Lucas Marine Park. The top of the reef is only 5 meters deep and the vertical wall drops down to more than 150 meters. This is a good area to look for large fish. Several kinds of rays (mobula, eagle rays, sting rays, manta rays etc.) swimming around the pinnacle as well as turtles, grouper...

    South Wall (Los Cabos)

    Is a deep dive for advanced divers who can admire a rock formations with a sandy bottom sloping into the great submarine canyon. It is a home to large amounts of marine life and pristine coral formations. There is a chance to see tunas, bonitos, schools of pigmy mantas and groupers patrolling the wall. The depth provides a look at the amazing geology of the Cabo San Lucas Bay. Larger pristine coral formations, big schools of fish, large groupers and chance encounters with pelagics are some of the best life to see along South Wall....

    North Wall (Los Cabos)

    The North Wall is a great dive spot for beginners as well as for more experienced divers. The rock-covered slope goes from 15 to 70 feet making this place a great home for moray eels, puffer, porcupine fish, flute fish, scorpion fish, spiny and slipper lobsters. There are also schools of Butterfly, Angel, Damsel, Wrasse and Goat fish followed by Grouper, Jacks and Coronet fish. This is a good site for those who like to take their time peering into crevices and exploring. During the summer season divers have a chance to meet seahorses.Possible encounters with mobulas! ...

    Land’s End (Los Cabos)

    This unique dive spot is located where the Sea of Cortez meets the waters of Pacific Ocean. Large schools of barracudas, tunas and bat fish make this place and an unforgettable experience. The flat wall inside the cove is a home to a small colony of sea lions which very often are willing to play with the divers. Nearby there is also discovered in 2014 at a depth of 50 feet a wreck of Lunderberg ship which sank off the coast of Los Cabos in 1954. This is the best site for seeing different species of wrasse, nudibranch, parrotfish, angels and large green moray eels. Don’t be surprised when a cormorant (diving birds) swims by at 18 meters, hunting between the ro...

    Pelican Rock (Los Cabos)

    Located on the west side of the bay with a beautiful reef which starts at 6m and gradually slopes to 18m, to finally drop down up to 915m into a submarine canyon. This is a calm protected dive spot with a wide variety of tropical fish such as snappers, sea bass, scorpion fish, puffer fish, schools of jack fish and manta rays during a summer time. Suitable for everyone, both beginners and exerts divers as well as for snorkelers....

    Shangri-La (Playa del Carmen)

    One of Playa del Carmen´s shallower dives, Shangri-la offers very vibrant colors. The reef has a large variety of sponges, soft and hard coral formations and is home to many reef fishes. With it´s milder currents, it´s the perfect dive site to take new pictures for your dive album. This dive spot offers large variety of sponges, hard coral formations and tropical fish turtles, snappers and sting rays. If you are lucky you may even spot the reef´s nurse shark napping in the cavern....

    Chun-Zumbul (Playa del Carmen)

    Is one of the longest and shallowest dives in the area and is the best to be explored on days with little current. There are sections of garden-like vegetation with coral overhangs. There is also a coral cavern which is the most attractive section of this reef where you can take your time and enjoy schools of fishes. There is a possibility to see flounders, lemon rays, moray eels, shells and arrow crabs....

    Jardines (Playa del Carmen)

    This dive spot is named so for its garden-like vegetation. In addition to a variety of sponges, hard coral and fan coral, the reef is covered with sea whips and other three-like plants that give home to an abundance of marine life. Banks of Snappers, Grunts, Angel fish, Spade fish are all common sightings on this very popular dive site. But this is Moray eel territory where you can easily see up to 7 -10 eels on one dive. Most common sightings are the Spotted Moray eels; big ones, baby ones all popping their heads out of the reef wall. Jardines is also the home to many Huge Green Moray eels which live in the many caves there are on this site. These guys are impr...

    Moxche Shallow (Playa del Carmen)

    Moxche, the shortest of the shallow dives sites, has an abundance of small coral formations growing in front of the reef. Shallow but challenging drift dive with generally good currents which bring lots of nutrients and therefore an abundance of Caribbean fish life - banks of Snappers, Grunts, Angel fish etc. Near the end of the reef there is small arch packed with fish and sponges and sometimes it’s even possible to encounter a green moray eel taking a nap. Also commonly seen on this site are Greta Barracudas or banks of smaller Barracudas. Encounters with Green turtles & Hawksbills are possible in the Spring/Summer....

    Sabalos (Playa del Carmen)

    Originally named after the schools of Sabalor/Tarpons that still occasionally are seen here. Sabalos is one of the most demanding of the shallow reef dives due to the frequent strong currents. The reef consists in healthy hard and soft corals of all variations. There are many kinds of fish and starfish on the sand. Near the end of the dive there is a small cave to explore....

    Barracuda (Playa del Carmen)

    Situated northwest of Tortuga Reef and at a shallower depth,Barracuda is traditionally the second dive after the Turtle Garden. Picture the reef as a hand with five finger-like outcroppings. There are many small holes to explore along the reef and with some luck and a keen eye, you may spot some patrolling barracuda....

    Punta Venado (Playa del Carmen)

    Punta Venado is the most southern reef in Playa del Carmenand. It is popular among divers for its beautiful soft and hard corals and sponges. This area, as well as the northern end of Playa del Carmenand, gives divers a chance to see whale sharks and mantas. Punta Venado generally has a moderate to strong current that takes divers past the amazing corals, moray eels, turtles, rays and schools of fish. During the winter season (December-March) there is a good chance to see bull sharks in this area...

    Mama Vina Wreck (Playa del Carmen)

    This former ship boat was internationally sunk in 1995 for divers.Since then, the coral growth has proceeded rapidly on this reef. With a maximum of 30m depth and possibility of strong currents, this dive is recommended for experienced divers....

    Bull Shark Point (Playa del Carmen)

    From November till March bull sharks approach Playa Del Carmen. Together with ScubaCaribe you can take a chance to admire this wonderful creation during a dive nearby bull sharks! Since this year ScubaCaribe is participating in "Save Our Sharks” program. Price of this dive is same as any other single dive (55$) and the only one additional fee is a contribution of 5$ which will support “Save Our Sharks” program. In change every diver will be given a bracelet.Together with other dive schools we established fixed hours of observations: 8 a.m.-10 a.m. and 1 p.m.-3 p.m. The dive groups will be small consisting of 6 experienced advanced divers (or at least ...

    Tortugas (Playa del Carmen)

    The Turtle Garden is one most popular reef in Playa del Carmen due to the large quantity of sea turtles which frequent it. A "flat" coral reef full of big barrel sponges where lobsters, big green moray eels are tucked under overhangs and huge parrot fish swimming around. This is also the "house reef" for the turtles where practically on every dive you see them. Big mature green turtles are the most common and 3-5 sights are common on most dives; 5+ during the Spring/Summer months. Hawksbill turtles are also found on the reef in season....

    Cenotes (Playa del Carmen)

    The Yucatan Penisula is a huge limestone platform where water runs through underground caves. Part of this land has collapsed, creating sinkholes called Cenotes which give an access to this unique underground system. Feel the thrill of exploring this mysterious sweet water caverns with interesting stalactite and stalagmite formations and explore with us Cenotes!. If you are Open Water Diver (with more than 10 dives) and you have never tried it out, this is the moment. You cannot miss it!...

    Cozumel (Playa del Carmen)

    Is part of the Great Maya Barrier Reef, a system that extends from the north of Yucatan to Honduras and is the second largest in the world. The 32 km long reef system is located in the southern leeward coast of the island. It has earned a great reputation among divers from all over the world for its breathtaking coral reefs, impressive coral walls, huge canyons, pinnacles, swim-throughs, caves, tunnels and an incredibly diverse marine life. We offer diving in following spots around Cozumel: Paradise, Chankanaab, Jardines de Palancar- Chankanaab, Santa Rosa, Punta Tunich....

    Las Caletas (Riviera Nayarit-Vallarta)

    Las Caletas is a great place to combine beachcombing, lazing in the sun and diving. Beautiful pacific reef life full of colorful tropical fishes, turtles and, sometimes, mantas. Good drop-offs, nice shallows, fine beaches, all in one place. Join us for a completely unique diving experience as you scuba dive in the open ocean with a trained sea lion. ...

    Los Arcos (Riviera Nayarit-Vallarta)

    Granite formations rising from depths that vary from 8 to 18 meters, through millions of years carved by the force of the ocean forming arches and caves which is how they became to be named Los Arcos. With depths ranging from 18-490 meters, the waters surrounding Los Arcos are the deepest in the entire bay. You can discover the thrill of diving in the Devil's Canyon and El Bajo, the fascinating underwater mountain range, while witnessing the abundant of lobstesr, octopus, rays, eels, morays and a lot of other marine life. It is also home of several species of rays including manta ray, eagle ray and stingray....

    Las Marietas (Riviera Nayarit-Vallarta)

    Las Marietas Islands Marine Reserve is located near the northern end of the Bay of Banderas and is a protected wildlife sanctuary . It is a home of several endangered species of birds like the Blue Footed, Boobies, which are only found in the Galapagos islands and the Islands of the Sea of Cortez. Great diving through caves and tunnels and visiting Lovers Beach which is accessible by surface swim through an archway. All of these formations are volcanic. The underwater diversity is one of the greatest within the Bay. Numerous species of mollusks, nudibranchs, sponges, echinoderms, gorgonians and sea fans, with significant hard coral coverage....

    Anegados (Riviera Nayarit-Vallarta)

    It is a rock bank which lies half way between El Morro and the Marietas Islands in a relatively sheltered area of the outer limits of Banderas Bay. The bank starts at around 9 meters below the ocean's surface and is full of caves and interesting rock formations. You will find here a formation of rocks to swim through while seeing schools of fish, an archway covered with corals and sea fans housing all kinds of nocturnal species like squirrel fish, soldier fish. There are also important populations of nudibranchs and sea hores.It is common that you will see bottom dwellers such as rays and eels. Tuna and jack fishes are also very common here as well as the famous...

    El Morro (Riviera Nayarit-Vallarta)

    Is known for its series of pinnacles that rise from the bottom of the ocean, riddled with dozens of caves and tunnels waiting to be explored in a lush undersea world that teems with life. It is a premier site for big fishes like humpback whale, dolphin, sailfish, huge manta ray, and even rare whale shark!The rocky granite walls of El Morro are covered with invertebrates like sea fans, corals and sponges, as well as many species of crab, shrimp, nudibranchs and sea urchins...

  • Panama

  • La Cueva (Playa Blanca)

    La Cueva is a name of eastern part of Farallon Island where you can reach max. 9 meters depth. You will be surprised by big amount of brain corals and interesting underwater pinnacles. This dive spot is rich of marine life like, full of different kind of fishes: graybar grunt, jewel moray, green moray, round stingray, southern stingray, reef cornet fish, juvenile golden jack, Panama graysby, flag cabrilla, octopus, lobsters, orange side triggerfish, blunt head triggerfish, sergeant mayor, Mexican goatfish, barber fish, spiny balloon fish, and much more!...

    Pelicano (Playa Blanca)

    It is another dive spot on west part of Farallon Island with a sandy bottom and interesting rock underwater formations. It is possible to see many tropical fishes and lots of species which usually are hidden between the rocks!...

    El Pilar (Playa Blanca)

    This dive site is located in the northern part of the Fallon Island , is a point with lots of marine life and beautiful coral formation. Divers can expect to see many tropical fishes like sergeant , trigger fish , puffer fish , different types of eels, octopus and and rays which made this place their home! Definitely worth to see!...

  • Saint Martin

  • Le Remorqueur Wreck (Anse Marcel)

    The Tugboat is located on the northern side of Tintamarre. Here there is a 50 foot Tugboat that was intentionally sunk about 15 years ago. It lies upright, making for fantastic photos, and is in about 45 foot of sand. Surrounding the Tug are beds of eel grass that sometimes have eagle rays and sting rays hunting for food. The Tug has become covered in coral over the years and always has tons of fish around it. In January, February and March it has been known to see Dolphins here, as they like the northern side of Tintamarre to hang out....

    Basse Espagnole (Anse Marcel)

    Basse Espagnole is a reef which lies in the channel between Saint Martin and Tintamarre. With a maximum depth of 45 feet and a minimum depth of 15 feet the life here is amazing. It is characterized by slabs of rocks that have become completely covered in corals and surrounded by fish. Here you are likely to see juvenile sharks, millions of lobsters, tons of barracuda and exceptional corals. We can only dive Basse Espagnole when the weather is calm enough. As the reef becomes so shallow, and the site is exposed to the swells coming through the channel, when it is rough waves will be breaking on the top of the reef, so we can only dive this site on very special o...

    Chico (Anse Marcel)

    Chico is located on the southern side of Tintamarre and is part of the Nature Reserve on the French Side. Chico is divided into three parts I, II and III, more commonly known as Japanese Garden. The difference between Chico and Japanese is the type of corals that we get. Chico has more fan coral swaying in the current. The depths ranges from 16 to 22 meters, with reef at 16 meters. It's a beautiful exotic garden of corals harboring a diverse flora and fauna. Possible encounters with turtles and grey reef sharks! ...

    Creole Rock (Anse Marcel)

    It is part of the French Marine Reserve and is a protected area. This dive site offers some of the most amazing marine life we have seen while diving around St.Marti. The best part of the dive is the back of Creole Rock where the coral is fed by the rich Atlantic waters, passing jacks, barracudas and eagle rays are an awesome and regular sight. This dive site is perfect for all level divers. Between mid-March and late June there is a possibility to spot dolphins, which may even come and play with you!...

    Gregory Wreck (Anse Marcel)

    This is a beautiful, natural wreck that sank in 50 feet of water about 15 years ago. As it sunk it flipped over on it’s side, so it is an upside down wreck. You can expect to see large schools of fish hanging out at the propellers and dozens of barracudas. You can’t really go inside this wreck (unless you have proper training), but if you poke your head inside, you will see loads of glass fish, trumpet fish, and sometimes a sleeping turtle and even a nurse shark! ...