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    Caribbean

    From the time that foreign voyagers first plied the Caribbean Sea, the area has attracted adventurers, and in recent times, adventuresome scuba divers. With hundreds of islands, each with a special charm, the Caribbean and scuba exploration go hand-in-hand. You’ll find old wrecks, new wrecks, coral reefs, sheer walls, gentle drop offs and fabulous pinnacles to investigate. You can dive from shore, from dive boats or spend your days diving from a liveaboard. Warm, clear water, beautiful beaches and a laid-back pace make the Caribbean a good dive holiday choice.

  • Aruba lies about 29 kilometers/18 miles north of Venezuela and is the westernmost of the southern Caribbean islands. The A in the ABC islands (Aruba – Bonaire – Curacao)

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    On this colorful island, British sensibility clashes with West Indian passion in a very fashionable way

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    The Bahamas are an archipelago of 700 islands situated where the Western Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean Sea.

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    Rising straight up from the abyssal depths, this rugged, volcanic island is like a piece of the Pacific teleported to the Caribbean.

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    Called the Nature Isle, Dominica is the Caribbean of yesteryear, not only in its down-home charm

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    Bonaire is located just north of Venezuela in the southern Caribbean. The middle part of the ABC (Aruba – Bonaire – Curacao) 

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    Tobago offers many experiences for the discriminating scuba diver. Just north of Venezuela and south of Grenada

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    The Cayman Islands have three world-class dive destinations that have attracted scuba divers since scuba diving was invented.

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    The Dominican Republic (or “the DR” as it is frequently called) is a mountainous, lush country

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    Three islands – St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix – all beckon with different personalities and scuba diving experiences.

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    Curaçao is the largest of the Caribbean Dutch ABC islands (Aruba – Bonaire – Curaçao), lying just 60 kilometres/37 miles off the Venezuelan coast. Scuba divers can get a little bit of everything in Curaçao – wreck and reef diving, boat and shore diving along healthy coral reefs and sloping walls.
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    Grenada has electric drift diving, mind-blowing macro marine life and the biggest and baddest shipwreck in the Caribbean 

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    The twin volcanic spires of the Piton Mountains, surrounded by miles of unspoiled rainforest, make St. Lucia a nature-lover’s paradise.

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    The alluring turquoise waters of the Turks and Caicos Islands feature a vast, thriving coral reef ecosystem and lots of walls.

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    Aruba lies about 29 kilometers/18 miles north of Venezuela and is the westernmost of the southern Caribbean islands. The A in the ABC islands (Aruba – Bonaire – Curacao)

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