Where we are diving
Barbados is one of the few islands in the Caribbean that can provide 365 days of scuba diving each year. Divers from all over the world travel to Barbados to experience the warm water temperatures, the sea turtles, and explore the shipwrecks. Barbados is different than other islands in the Caribbean, as it was not formed from volcanoes resulting in well-preserved reefs.
Barbados is home to three species of turtles: Hawksbill, leatherback, and green turtles. These creatures are protected by the Barbados government and help keep the reefs healthy by feeding on sponges that otherwise could overgrow and choke reefs. As the second-largest hawksbill turtle nesting population in the Caribbean, you’re bound to see a few on your trip.
With about 200 shipwrecks, Barbados is an explorer’s dream destination. The Pamir, Friars Crag, and the Stavronikita are some of the most popular. These wrecks make great habitats for hungry sea creatures.
Barbados Blue is on the peninsular that separates the south and west coasts. They are in the middle of the best dive sites including the historic Carlisle Bay Marine Park, which is right in their backyard. The marine park is home to shipwrecks and tens of thousands of colorful reef fish and turtles. Divers enjoy warm water temperatures year-round varying from 84°F in the summer months of July-September.
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Travis and Lavon Land, Former owners of New Horizons Diving
As former owners of New Horizons Diving in Lexington, KY, Travis and Lavon Land have enjoyed the adventure of a lifetime while diving together for over 20 years! Their travels have taken them to beautiful places and they have met extraordinary people along the way. Being store number 8 of the Diventures family is a new and exciting journey that they cannot wait to share with the dive community. Join them as they embark on this new dive-venture!
Top 6 reasons you should go to Barbados with us!
1. Shipwreck diving
2. Best diving in Barbados
3. Carlisle Bay Marine Park has a lot of colorful fish
4. Sea turtles
5. Breezy, island resort with beach access
6. Warm water diving
Where we are staying
The Coconut Beach Hotel has been locally owned by the Blades family since 1975. Their unique family-managed hotel is located directly on a pristine white sandy beach, close to the Boardwalk, St Lawrence Gap, and Bridgetown. Their fun, relaxing, and personable ambiance allows for a memorable experience, unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before.
Relax and unwind in their spacious hotel rooms while enjoying breathtaking views of swaying coconut trees, the beautiful sandy beach, and the Caribbean Sea from your private balcony.
The Coconut Court Beach Hotel takes pride in cooking up delicious local dishes and serving lively cocktails in their many restaurants and bars. Whether you are scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming in the pool, or out exploring Barbados on an island excursion, there is so much to discover.
- Diver: $2270
- Non-Diver: $1620
- Single Diver: $2970
- Single Non-Diver: $2320
Deposit and payments
- 1st deposit: Due upon sign up $500
- 2nd deposit: May 20, 2022
- 3rd deposit: June 20, 2022
- Full Balance: July 15, 2022
- Prices are based upon double occupancy
- All payments are non-refundable
- Prices are subject to change due to events outside of our control
- 7 nights in Ocean View room at Coconut Court Beach Hotel
- 11 dives including 1night dive
- 4-afternoon island bus tours, drinks included
- Trip t-shirt
- Roundtrip transfers
What’s not included
- Airfare: Diventures will assist
- COVID testing
- Dive staff gratuity $10/tank
- Dive insurance (required)
- Travel insurance (highly recommended)
- SMB and reel
- SeaLife ReefMaster Camera
- Wreck Diving
- Deep Diving
- Fish ID
What prior travelers say
“I highly recommend a trip with Diventures. Customer service is excellent and the trip I experienced was very well planned.”