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    Central and South America

    Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean on the east, Central and South America boast some of the world’s most biologically diverse habitats – above and below the surface. Dive Roatan’s walls, Belize’s Blue Hole, Costa Rica’s Cocos Island or Galapagos’ National Park – to mention just a few of the areas iconic dives. Some site are only accessible by liveaboard and others are just steps off the beach from your resort. Rich culture and friendly people add to a scuba diving trip to this region.

  • As the saying goes, big things sometimes come in small packages. With Belize – the second smallest and least populated

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    No matter what adventure you crave, you’ll find it in Costa Rica — both topside and underwater.

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    With deserted Caribbean islands to the north and the wild Pacific to the south, Panama may, from a diver’s point of view, have it all.

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    Islas de la Bahia (the Bay Islands) lie in the Caribbean Sea about 48 kilometers/30 miles off the northern coast of Honduras.

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    Almost all of the Galapagos Islands are preserved as a national park. A truly unique cluster of twenty volcanic islands

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