This trio of beautiful islands are the perfect destination for Caribbean island hopping and offers diving to suit all abilities. Whilst Bonaire and Curaçao, lying outside of the traditional hurricane belt, offer great shore diving, Aruba is a mecca for Caribbean wreck diving.
Each year between January and April, the largest gathering of North Atlantic humpback whales on the planet occurs at the Silver Bank, in the Caribbean Sea north of the Dominican Republic. Over this period as many as 3,000 of these remarkable creatures gather to court, mate and give birth.
Its tropical climate, friendly people and easy pace of life make this Caribbean island a relaxed and welcoming destination all year round. A premier eco-tourism destination with ancient protected rainforest, home to over 400 bird species, stunning reefs boasting an abundance of marine life, and the world’s largest known brain coral.
A tropical paradise where each of the 700 islands exhibits its own character, the product of a rich history and a culture unique to each island and its people. Formed mainly of flat coral and protected by the world’s third largest barrier reef, the archipelago has something to offer everyone.
Consisting of three small islands in the calm turquoise waters of the western Caribbean, there is a piece of paradise for everyone here. Attractions are diverse including a bird sanctuary, historical buildings, a surf park, Seven Mile beach, sheer walls, turtles and wrecks.
Turks & Caicos Islands
An archipelago located at the southern tip of the Bahamas, with over 40 islands, ten of which are inhabited. Comprised of over 200 miles of pristine sandy beaches and one of the largest coral reef systems in the world, it’s not surprising that the islands are a premier diving and snorkelling destination.
Grenada & Carriacou
A vibrant and welcoming destination, Grenada is known as the ‘Spice Island’ of the Caribbean whilst Carriacou translates as ‘land of reefs’, a great combination for a memorable holiday no matter what your pleasure. Underwater highlights include the wrecks of ‘Bianca C’, the largest in the Caribbean and ‘San Juan’ with its resident nurse sharks.
Visitors come to Dominica not only for the world-class diving, but also to explore the island’s wealth of eco-activities and unspoiled nature. Dominica is known as the ‘Whale Watching Capital of the Caribbean’ and boasts a 95% success rate in spotting whales or dolphins throughout the year.