Diving in the Caribbean

The Caribbean Sea

Home to the second largest barrier reef in the world, the Western Caribbean shelters over 500 species of fish.  The Mesoamerican Reef System,which includes the Belize Barrier reef, extends from the northern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico south to the Bay Islands of Honduras encompassing over 600 nautical miles of ocean and coral reef.

Divers travel from all over the world to our warm, turquoise waters to experience some of the best diving in the world.  Large purple sea fans, swaying gorgonians, and enormous barrel sponges set the perfect backdrop for viewing undersea creatures of all varieties.  From large pelagics to the tiniest nudibranchs, each diver will find their favorite of the trip.  We are certain you will find what you are searching for, plus many species you did not even realize exsited.

Balmy  waters and excellent visibilty, keep our divers returning year after year.  Water temperature ranges from 86 F/30 in September to 78 F/25C in January.  One can frequently view pelagics from over 100ft/30m away.   Currents tend to be mild and relaxing.  Ideal for a photographer waiting to capture the perfect moment.

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