Check out the Top 10 Topside Diversions in BermudaDiscover Bermuda’s history, sea life and military heritage in the island’s many museums, enjoy the architecture and parks of Hamilton and St. George, and more in our guide to Bermuda's 10 best topside experiences. Click Here to View the Bermuda Dive Guide When you are not diving be sure to enjoy these experiences.
Experience Confederate wrecks like the Mary Celestia and Montana, swim through dozens of dramatic archways and tunnels at sites like the haunting Cathedral, and much more with our interactive map of Bermuda's best dive sites.
Small Hope Bay on Andros is home to the world’s third longest barrier reef, so it’s little surprise that the Bahamas attract the big stuff. What most divers fail to realize is how much macro life abounds in the shallows. Like staring at an optical illusion, the trick to uncovering the magic is to never assume you know what lies before you. After a few days of diving reefs in the Bahamas, you’ll inevitably find your standards rising as you become spoiled by the 100-feet-or-greater visibility, sunlight-swathed reefs, schools of fish and endless color.
The Tongue of the Ocean wraps around the western side of New Providence, yielding miles of picturesque reefs and dramatic walls. From the swimming-pool-like clarity of shallows reefs to walls that plunge to depths of 6,000 feet, Stuart Cove’s offers access to the full range of the Bahamas’ diverse underwater habitat.
Discover everything the shipwreck capital of the world has to offer with our exclusive Bermuda digital dive and travel guide. Explore Bermuda's top dive sites and underwater experiences as well as the island’s best dive operators, resorts and topside diversions. Finally, use the Plan Your Trip feature to get travel deals or book your dream Bermuda adventure.