When it comes to diving in the Bahamas, the country is diverse and there are lots of spots that are worth considering for a diving holiday. There are the Caribbean Reef sharks in Nassau, hammerheads in Bimini, oceanic white tips in Cat Island...the list goes on. Away from the sharks there are lots of areas to consider for other, non-big-fish, reasons and on this page you will find our top picks.
Where to Go Diving in the Bahamas
Where to go in Bahamas
Beautiful colonial architecture and untouched white sandy beaches, the Abacos are stunning and are particularly good for family holidays.
Harbour island is home to a three mile long pink sand beach and lovely hotels.
More built up than other parts of the Bahamas, New Providence has some lovely hotels with the added bonus of some very exciting shark diving.
There is only one real reason to go to Grand Bahama: Tiger sharks.
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Luxury Hotels in Bahamas
Located on the pure white sandy shores of south Andros, the remote Tiamo resort is the perfect place to get away from it all and truly unwind.
Kamalame Cay Resort
Just a short flight from Nassau takes you to the stunning Kamalame Cay private island resort, whose sandy shores are adjacent to the third largest,...
Small Hope Bay Lodge
The Small Hope Bay Lodge is run and owned by the same family that built the resort in 1960. You will struggle to find another resort in the Bahamas...
Hope Town Hideaways
Hope Town Hideaways keep a variety of rental villas on their books, perfect if you are a family or group of friends looking to get away. They...
Pink Sands Resort
The Pink Sands Resort is a beautiful resort set amongst lush tropical gardens and on the edge of Harbour Island’s famous Pink Sands Beach in...
Compass Point Beach Resort
Just a 5-minute drive from the international airport, the Compass Point Beach Resort is the perfect place to stay if you are looking to do some...
The Ocean Club, A Four Seasons Resort
The fact that the Ocean Club, a Four Seasons resort is located on the busy paradise island off Nassau can quickly put you off. However, this...
Bimini Sands Resort
The Bimini Sands Resort in the Bahamas is the base for our dive expeditions in February each year to experience one of the most incredible creatures...
Old Bahama Bay Resort
Old Bahama Bay is an extremely comfortable resort from which you can experience one of the most exhilarating shark dives on earth. For a bit...
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Best Diving in the World
There's no finer way of starting a 'discussion' on a dive boat than proclaiming one destination or another to be the home of the 'best diving in the world.' Not to be the ones who shy away from controversial topics, we're going to try to tackle this hot topic in a very general way. Each of…View more on the blog
Best Diving in the Bahamas
With lots of mask spitting and (surely unfounded) rumours of uncouth divers peeing in their wetsuits, you'd be forgiven for thinking that diving is a million miles away from any hint of glamour. Enter the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Known to its buddies simply as 'the Bahamas', the island…View more on the blog
Top Ten Spots for The Best Diving in the Caribbean
The Caribbean has long seduced divers looking for calm, warm waters, white sandy beaches and world-class dive sites. But with 7,000 islands and 13 countries to explore, where's best to go? That's where we come in. Our diving experts have explored the breadth of the archipelago and…View more on the blog
Top Dive Destinations for Non-Divers
When it comes to diving, people sometimes fall into two camps: the die-hard divers who will happily dedicate their entire holiday to underwater exploring, and the landlubbers who prefer to spend their time above the waves. But what happens when you're trying to plan a holiday that appeals to…View more on the blog
Dive Under The Radar
The world's best dives: regularly topping just about everyone's bucket list, and for good reason. But the world's ocean covers a mind boggling 139,000,000 square miles, and as the world's largest playground (official title), there are endless opportunities for adventures. Whether you're a…View more on the blog