World-class diving has built a reputation for The Islands Of The Bahamas. Few places in the world offer a wider variety of diving opportunities, including wrecks and reefs (one of the cleanest in the world), blue holes and drop-offs, sea gardens, caves, walls, shallow shoals and encounters with dolphins and sharks.
With hundreds of islands, The Bahamas has literally thousands of dive sites within its crystal-clear waters. The Islands, offer a yearlong diving season, with water temperatures ranging from 76F in the winter in the Northern Bahamas to 84'F throughout The Islands in the summer.
For the in most stunning peek at the watery underworld, head to the Out Islands. From the tip of Bimini to the utmost region of Great Inagua, divers can experience all the Islands Of The Bahamas have to offer. The Abacos, Bimini, Andros, Eleuthera, Cat Island, San Salvador, Long Island and Exuma almost ensure a never ending parade of' marine life, including corals, and schooling and pelagic fishes. Top dive sites include huge coral pinnacles, 60 feet tall, pierced with tunnels and caverns. There is an abundance of great dives, including wrecks, blue-holes, caves, walls and sharks.