Diving in Central America

    Hawksbill turtle

    Ocho Rios Slope Ocho Rios, Jamaica

    Considered one of the most interesting and exciting walls ofthe island covered with different corals, located only 15 minutes by boat from our dive center. Here you may encounter Hawk Bill turtles, Eagle Rays and schools of yellow tail snappers. Diving here is recommended for divers with OWD…
    Katherine Shipwreck

    Katherine Shipwreck Ocho Rios, Jamaica

    An old Canadian minesweeper which was sunk by purpose in order to create and underwater artificial reef and at the same time attraction for divers. The wreck can be explored both from outside and inside; is encrusted in corals, plenty of sponges, squirrelfish, bluehead wrasses, hamlets, grunts and…

    Daxhall Ocho Rios, Jamaica

    The site consists of a flat reef that is covered with a wide variety of sea fans and sponges with a variety of marine life, including Hawk Bill Turtles. Dive here gives a possibility to encounter large schools of blue tang and many tropical.

    Chubb Reef Ocho Rios, Jamaica

    It is a beautiful reef with outstanding corals. This reef drops off to 40ft making it perfect for scuba divers. The variety of marine life is overwhelming! On the sandy bottom there are seen many times turtles feeding, and during a dive spotted moray eels, spiny lobsters and crabs which made this…

    Horseshoe Reef,… Escambron, Puerto Rico

    This 30ft high natural reef breaks the surface and has numerous tunnels, swim throughs, and resort type caves with light shafts through the reef to guide your way. This reef completely surrounds the Caribe Hilton property on the north side. Jacks, tangs, snappers, coneys, porkfish, spiny lobster are…

    Figure 8 Reef, Shore dive Escambron, Puerto Rico

    This reef consists of 4 reef rows, three of which break the surface. Best described as mini canyons. Breeding area for over 50 varieties of tropical fish and other marine life such as octopus, squid, turtles and seahorse. Small tropicals are hand fed & fish will follow guides like puppy dogs!…
    School of Grunts

    The Aquarium Lighthouse Reef, Belize

    Usually the last dive of the day, the shallow water meaning a long bottom time to look for lots of fish and small creatures in the arches, tunnels and swim throughs.
    Hermit Crab

    Cypress Canyons Ambergris Caye, Belize

    Lots of macro life for photographers, many corals with juvenile fish hiding through them along with hermit crabs, spiny lobster, eels, crabs, lots of reef fish and huge elkhorn coral.
    Sea Turtle

    Victoria Tunnels Ambergris Caye, Belize

    Tunnels and canyons with lots of fish, eels spider crabs, lobster, shoals of fish, groupers and maybe even a turtle!
    Green Moray

    Tackle Box Canyons Ambergris Caye, Belize

    Canyons, caverns, tunnels and lots of places to explore for lobsters, eels and good macro life, or schools of jacks around the reef.

    Tres Cocos Ambergris Caye, Belize

    Protected site, great for all levels with canyons and different types of corals, many species of reef fish, crabs, eels and sea turtles.Photographers will love the macro life here.

    South Water Caye Marine… Outer Cayes, Belize

    Nice easy and calm dive, great for beginners.Colourful coral covered wall with lots of fish, moray eels, groupers, lobsters and much more.
    Nurse Shark

    Ranguana Caye Outer Cayes, Belize

    Many tropical fish and colourful corals, lobster, nurse sharks and maybe even a hammerhead!You can do a couple of dives around the caye such the Grand Canyon and Fox Hole.
    Nassau Grouper

    Glover's Reef Outer Cayes, Belize

    Super clear water, keep your eyes out for black and nassau groupers, turtles or reef shark.
    Southern Stingray

    Laughing Bird Caye National… Placencia, Belize

    Many reef fish, coral and macro life such as crabs and shrimp.It's possible to see many different types of rays such as the southern and eagle rays, or maybe even a manta if you're lucky
    Spotted Drum

    Robert's Caye Placencia, Belize

    You can see spotted drums, tangs, wrasse, gobies, sea fans and many other corals and fish.

    The Aquarium Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

    Shallow site with many boulders covered in corals.Look for the small stuff in the boulders or the many schools of grunts, snapper and chubs along with other tropical fish species.You might find a nurse shark, stingray or lobster on this site.
    Eagle Ray

    Mountain Point Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

    There are 3 sites at Mountain Point: Cowsmouth, Big Grotto and Little Grotto.A nice sloping reef with eagle rays, stingrays hiding in the sand and lots of swim throughs and grottos to explore.
    School of Permits

    The Invisibles Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

    An underwater pinnacle with strong currents that bring nutrient rich waters and mountains of fish.Pinnacle is covered in corals and sponges.There's usually a huge schools of permits on top of the pinnacle.

    Alphie's Rock Tortola, British Virgin Islands

    Shallow site with lots of sea life

    Smugglers Cove Tortola, British Virgin Islands

    Clear and shallow, this is a great site for diving and snorkelling with many tropical fish

    The Cathedral Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands

    Venture through a tunnel and come up actually inside Jost Van Dyke Island!Beautiful coral and many fish, this is a favourite dive in the area

    Stoney Bay Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands

    Sloping reef with lots of cracks to explore for crabs, lobster and juvenile fish.You might see an eagle ray cruising by.

    Wayward Wall Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands

    Small wall with great variety of fish and 5 resident turtles.

    Sandy Cay Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands

    Great for photography, lots of life

    Rokus Wreck Anegada, British Virgin Islands

    A great sheltered wreck dive for beginners.
    Nurse Shark

    East Loblolly Bay Anegada, British Virgin Islands

    A very beautiful reef, almost untouched with remains of a wreck, some swim throughs and caverns to explore and a nurse shark or two if you look closely.

    Wreck of the Parmatta Anegada, British Virgin Islands

    The Parmatta sunk in 1853, lots of life surrounding the wreck such as reef fish, big groupers and turtles
    Spanish Hogfish

    Vanishing Rock – Cooper… Southern Island Group, British Virgin Islands

    Lovely reef with schools of Sargent Majors and many other cool animals like nurse sharks and lobsters hiding in the rocks.Keep an eye out for the Spanish Hogfish.
    School of grunts

    Twin Towers – Great Tobago Southern Island Group, British Virgin Islands

    Rocks covered in corals and disappearing into the deep.Look into the blue for large pelagic fish and into the corals for red lip blennies.There is black coral in deep water
    The eagle has landed

    Twin Towers Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands

    search for eagle rays and tarpons here and in between the rocks for the great macro life here.

    Time Square – Guana Island Southern Island Group, British Virgin Islands

    Not dived very often but still a lovely site with a cave.Nurse sharks can sometimes be found here.

    Thumb Rock – Cooper Island Southern Island Group, British Virgin Islands

    Named after the thumb-like pinnacle on this site, tarpons and barracuda cruise about, along with angelfish, damselfish and spotted drums.Great shallow site for photography.

    The Visibles – George Dog Southern Island Group, British Virgin Islands

    A big pinnacle covered in gorgonians and sea fans.So many fish to see such as barracuda, snapper, high hats, tarpon, rays, sharks and so much more!

    The Playground – Green Cay Southern Island Group, British Virgin Islands

    Lots of coral head to explore around, head to deep water and look out for Manta Rays!Also sharks, eagle rays, tarpon and reef fish

    The Fearless – Peter Island Southern Island Group, British Virgin Islands

    A 30.5/100ft wreck where you can see lots of reef fish, rays and turtles.
    The Chimney

    The Chimney – Great Dog Southern Island Group, British Virgin Islands

    The site is home to many shrimp, lobster, and anemones.

    The Chikuzen Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

    Fabulous wreck dive for advanced divers due to remote location.75M/246ft Japanese vessel surrounded by schools of barracuda, jacks and snapper, lots of rays, african pompano, spadefish, nurse and reef sharks and huge jewfish.

    Shark Point – Peter Island Southern Island Group, British Virgin Islands

    Open water dive site with great visibility.Labyrinth of alleys to explore and big pelagic fish.
    Horse eyed Jacks

    Santa Monica Rock – Norman… Southern Island Group, British Virgin Islands

    Great viz on this site.Hunt around the pinnicles for moray eels, or in the open for spadefish, horse-eye jacks, kingfish and maybe a turtle