This popular family owned hotel is located directly on the beach. It is just minutes away from St. Lawrence Gap and the South Coast Boardwalk with shops, supermarkets, restaurants and nightlife nearby. Coconut Court Beach Hotel offers a wide choice of accommodation with large and comfortable Studios facing the ocean with private balconies, and limited or full kitchen facilities. The lovely beach is secluded and is home to approximately one third of the nesting marine turtles of Barbados with an active nesting season from July to November each year.
Cozumel´s beautiful hotel located across the street from the crystal waters of Cozumel´s Mexican Caribbean. Designed for the sun lover and sports enthusiast, here you will enjoy Scuba diving, snorkeling and much more.
It’s not flashy, but quiet and understated: St. Vincent and the Grenadines — 32 islands in total (with only nine inhabited) — is an eco-paradise with waterfalls, rainforests and reefs, and is highly regarded for rare critters and spectacular underwater life.
This island nation is one of those magical destinations that defies categorization in terms of diving and overall adventure. Palau’s got walls that are vertical fields of plate and soft corals, channels teeming with sharks and other big life, and reef patches where macro fiends can geek out hunting for nudibranchs and sea slugs.
If you want burgers and piped-in Bob Marley, you don’t want Tobago. This sister island of Trinidad, found off the Venezuelan coast, is a confluence above and below water. Topside, this means complex dishes and a multicultural people with a whole lot of festivals. Underwater, it means speed and size — sure, you can find nudibranchs, but that’s not likely what landed Tobago on your list.
Of the three U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Thomas and St. Croix are more developed: You’ll find Coral World Ocean Park on St. Thomas, a casino on St. Croix and golf courses on both. St. John boasts 7,000 acres of national park, much of it underwater. But there’s variety on every isle. You’ll find secluded beaches on St. Croix, a craft-beer bar on St. John and mangrove kayak tours on St. Thomas.
The Caribbean’s most popular drift-diving destination, Cozumel excels in offering divers the most in-water bang for their buck. Riviera Maya, just a ferry ride away, is known for international hot spot Playa del Carmen, the quieter beaches of Tulum and, among divers, its Swiss-cheese limestone foundation — an underworld of limitless cavern diving. The quiet seaside town of La Paz in Baja is in direct contrast to Mexico’s flashier coastal destinations. Don’t let the tranquility fool you though — La Paz is also the jumping-off point for amazing diving adventures just offshore.
Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort, the only PADI 5 Star Resort and Dive Center in Cabo Pulmo National Park invites you to enjoy the beauty of this incredible reef during this season with Whales, Mobula rays, Sharks, endless schools of fish and much more.New Eat, Sleep and Dive Packages for only 138 US$ per night.Special Scuba Diving & Sport Diver Magazine promotion: Free gear rental!