$499.oo per person for 5 nights in a Deluxe Double queen room or King room. Free Resort Dive course to learn how to scuba dive or refresh your skillsDouble occupancy is requireTwo pay and bring four in the same room and all receive the Free Dive Resort Pool courseSign up for more dives at our PADI Dive CenterSwim with the dolphins-$120.00Shark excursions-$175.00Hammerhead shark al day excursions-$499.00Stingray excursions=$120.00Advanced and open water Certification courses-$400-$750.00Night Dives=$175.00 per person 4 required
Dive a wall and you’ll know anything can happen. In fact, the deeper the wall plunges, the greater the odds of swimming with the unexpected — from sharks to any number of pelagics. In the Bahamas, everything is bigger, including the drama of the drop-offs. These islands boast some of world’s sheerest walls. Some, like the ...
Capturing great underwater photographs can be challenging. So why not soak up some advice from a professional, while you treat yourself to some well-earned luxury too?Every year the Arenui Boutique Liveaboard runs a number of special cruises, focused on specific skills or creatures (from pygmy seahorses to mantas). Next April we’re running a special photography trip with photo pro MARK STRICKLAND in Alor (central Indonesia; east of Bali and Komodo), so if you’re looking to improve your camera skills then this is for you!
Don Foster’s Dive Cayman has been an integral part of Grand Cayman’s diving industry since the mid-80s. Their rock-solid reputation keeps current and new divers happy and coming back for more year after year. With six dive boats, an on-site training pool, fully-stocked dive shop, relaxing swimming pool and a beautiful waterfront location, they have the complete package for any dive vacation. Watch this video to experience the three reasons your next trip to dive Grand Cayman should include Don Foster's Dive Cayman.
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.
Yes, the water really is that blue. Though it's not a well-known dive destination, perhaps it should be: Anguilla's got solid wrecks, a nice reef at Dog Island and sands so creamy and soft that even the most discerning beachgoer will be impressed.
Cozumel, one of the most popular dive destinations in North America, is easy to get to and has everything: both luxury and budget-friendly accommodations, great restaurants and bars in San Miguel and, of course, epic diving!