Dive below the surface of the Caribbean and you dive into paradise – a vast unspoiled playground filled with exotic sea creatures, breathtaking vistas and ever-changing colors. It's a silent world teeming with life where mankind is always the visitor, never the master.
Our azure waters are wonderfully clear and warm. In them, divers find treasures shaped and polished by nature for millions of years. We have the world's third largest barrier reef. There are canyons and caves, sand chutes, mountain walls plunging sheer to the ocean floor, warm water springs and coral formations whose textures and colors can never be forgotten. All this is home to a spectacular diversity of sea plants and tropical fish, from sponges and snappers to barracuda, shark and octopus. Explore not only the reefs, but also the wrecks of hundreds of ships,
many of them centuries old, sent to the bottom by storms, pirates and enemy fire.
There are challenging dives for the experienced and shallows for beginners. Regular visitors to the Caribbean's top diving zones include movie stars, athletes and astronauts. You never know who'll be your dive buddy.
It's no surprise that scuba diving was invented in the Caribbean. What is guaranteed to amaze you is the mysterious world you'll see beneath its blue surface. Dive in and you'll never want to leave.