You’ve reached the ocean floor, pinnacles tower above you as schools of fish race by. You’re surrounded by walls of vibrant colors. You’ve never seen anything quite like it. You continue your journey through the garden of coral excited about what you’ll see next.
Spend Cinco de Mayo in Isla Cozumel! As the second-largest barrier reef in the world, the Mesoamerican reef offers a massive variety of coral that creates a maze of swim-throughs and walls. Not only is Cozumel known for its beautiful reef, but it also has an abundance of marine life.
With its great visibility, colorful swim-throughs, and amazing shipwrecks, it’s no wonder the Cayman Islands are known as a world-class dive destination. The diverse array of underwater attractions makes Grand Cayman a great place for beginners and advanced divers. With over 200 dive sites, you’re bound to see a few sea turtles, nurse sharks, and stingrays.
Join us as we venture to Galapagos! It is unquestionably the hammerhead shark capital of the world – but also home to the sleek Galapagos shark, horn sharks, white tips, silkies, and the occasional pelagic visitors like the tiger shark.
Diving in St. Lucia is like diving through a kaleidoscope of color. The clear blue waters allow you to immerse yourself in a rainbow of coral, sponges, and marine life. Because of the 60-100 ft visibility, you’ll be able to get an up-close look at sea creatures most people only see in the movies.