Diving in Central America

    School of Jacks

    Veinteseis Pacific Coast, Costa Rica

    Incredible offshore pinnacle. Favourite of sportfisherman. Big schools of snappers, jacks etc.

    V.A. Fogg Grand Bahama - Freeport, Bahamas

    This wreck is incredible.For starters, it's big and the wreck is in a few pieces.Its cause of sinking was a huge explosion in the ship.Large schools of fish abound and hammerhead sharks are also seen.Visibility can vary and there are some stinging corals so consider wearing a wetsuit.The SS V.A.…

    Utila Open Water Utila, Honduras

    Baitfish boils bring in the Whalesharks. Wonderful animals to dive with. You are only allowed to skindive with them so practice holding your breath.Best season to see them is from end of February, Marchand April, and October, November and December. However there have been encounters in all months of…

    Turtle Ridge Turneffe Islands, Belize

    Turtle Gardens Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos

    Diving in Turtle Gardens is InterestingTypically, visibility is Good ( 10 - 30 m)The average depth is 39.6 m / 129.9 ftTo reach Turtle Gardens you have to do it By boatThis dive site is best suited for CMAS * / OW divers.

    Tunnel Wall New Providence - Nassau, Bahamas

    Many tunnels and arches; the wall starts near 30ft and goes down to 100ft.

    Tuna Alley Bimini, Bahamas

    Tuna Alley is one of the best dive site of Bahamas.

    Trunk Cay Saint John Island, Virgin Islands

    Underwater Park trail 15 underwater plaques stating local marine life flora and Fauna

    Travellers's Rest Wall New Providence - Nassau, Bahamas

    Gentle slope to 25m then a huge drop-off. This dive site is exposed. Take care!
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    Tortuga Island Tortuga Island, Costa Rica

    There are several reefs to dive on, and much snorkeling. Normally scuba/snorkel from a boat, but can also do shore dives from Tortuga. Great site!
    Franklin Chang Wreck

    Tortuga Island Tortuga Island, Costa Rica

    There are several reefs to dive on, and much snorkeling. Normally scuba/snorkel from a boat, but can also do shore dives from Tortuga. Great site!
    Scorpion Fish

    Tortuga Island Tortuga Island, Costa Rica

    There are several reefs to dive on, and much snorkeling. Normally scuba/snorkel from a boat, but can also do shore dives from Tortuga. Great site!
    Cushion Star Fish

    Tortuga Island Tortuga Island, Costa Rica

    There are several reefs to dive on, and much snorkeling. Normally scuba/snorkel from a boat, but can also do shore dives from Tortuga. Great site!

    Tortuga La Romana and Saona Island, Dominican Republic

    I did seven dives out of the Oasis Canoa; this was the only one that had really good fish life. As a matter of fact, it was quite surprising how much better the fish life was on this one than all the other dives we did.
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    Tori's Reef Bonnaire South, Bonaire

    Three Sisters Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

    Three Rocks Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

    Three Corner Cay Turneffe Islands, Belize

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    Thousand Steps Bonnaire North, Bonaire

    1000 Steps is a shore or boat dive (actually, for the shore divers, 64 steps down to the site from the road and it seems like 1000 steps coming back up with scuba gear!). Currents are light and the novice diver will have a chance to observe hawksbill turtles and seahorse. This is a nice dive and…

    Theo's Wreck Grand Bahama - Freeport, Bahamas

    This 230 feet long vessel was built in Norway in 1954. It was intentionally sunk october 16, 1982. She now lays on her port side on a flat sandy floor, not far from few isolated coral banks.

    The Wreck of the Mr. Bud Roatan, Honduras

    Willaurie Wreck

    The Willaurie Wreck New Providence - Nassau, Bahamas

    The Willaurie was built in Denmark in 1907. She sank originally in Potters cay, Nassau; moved; and finally sunk during a storm near Clifton Pier.Great wreck dive with a nice propeller (photographers will enjoy!)

    The Wall Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

    The Towers Abaco, Bahamas

    two coral towers rising 23m

    The Strip Bimini, Bahamas

    Great night dive. This is a must for underwater photographers: marine life is impressive, maybe this is due of its location?Take care of the boat traffic in this area.
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    The Prince Albert Wreck Roatan, Honduras

    The Prince Albert Wreck is a 47 meter long tanker.Note: Approx 30 meters off the bow, there is the empty shell of a DC-3 aircraft.

    The Point Bonnaire North, Bonaire

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    The Pier Saint Croix Island, Virgin Islands

    Well, don't know exactely how deep it is cos we were there for seahorses, and we found a lot :)
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    The Pavilions Saint Croix Island, Virgin Islands

    The Notch Eleuthera and Harbour Island, Bahamas

    Expect to encounter large reef sharks.This was one of the final mooring and dive sites on the Southern Bahamas itinerary for the Nekton Pilot (a live aboard dive boat), for a trip taken in late March 1998. Highly recommended.

    The Maze Utila, Honduras

    Swim thrus and lots of fish

    The Maze Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

    The Lake Bonnaire South, Bonaire

    The second of the double reef dives. Lake is 10-30 meters and has moderate Divers will find soft coral in the shallows and schools of colorful reef fish. Nice dive due to the second reef.

    The James Bond Wrecks New Providence - Nassau, Bahamas

    This dive site offers two main wrecks: - The former tugboat known as the Tears of Allah starred in Never Say Never Again (James Bond movie) - The Vulcan Bomber

    Texas Roatan, Honduras

    Probably the best dive site on Roatan!You may see here: groupers, wrasse, angels, hogfish , barracuda and the unqiue Sargassum triggerfish!

    Terrys Reef Nombre De Dios, Panama

    We were cruising and suddenly the depth finder goes from 200+ feet to 23' and you look down and there is this reef. Believe it is a wreck site from hundreds of years ago.depth finder indicated open spots in reef. lobsters everywhere and schools of fish. beautiful soft and hard corals. honestly, we…

    Ted's Point West Utila, Honduras

    Gorgonians and lots of fish

    Tarpon Tap Room Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

    Tarpon Alley Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

    Large amount of silvery tarpon (10-100+!) near the 'Alley'. They can be approched very closely. Good for photographers.

    Tania V Juan Dolio, Dominican Republic

    200 ft long, sunk in 1999