Diving Vacations - Get Immersed in the Pleasure!

Thursday, April 23, 2009
Some say that the choicest scuba diving vacations can be found in the Caribbean. Now we're not going to agree or disagree with this idea. We will leave it up to you to tell us what you think and where your best scuba dive locations are - if you want to share the secret?

Of course the Caribbean is well noted for its excellent underwater visibility, warm water temperatures and an abundance of marine life and dive sites that appeal to both beginners and seasoned divers alike.

If you went to the Caribbean scuba diving for solely the underwater creatures you are surely missing out on the most impressive range of treasures to be found there: from shipwrecks of old, drop-off wall sites to make you blink more than once, drift dives galore, cave adventures of an underwater kind you didn't expect, as well as shore and boat diving.

Preservation is extremely import to the Caribbean diving community and they are devoted to ensuring that the underwater environment is more than adequately preserved. Not only does the Caribbean have protected marine parks with thriving aquatic life, but the scuba dive vacation areas offers the most varied examples of tropical marine life imaginable, including angelfish, barracuda, crabs, dancing eels, goat fish, grouper, lobster, octopus, parrot fish, seahorses, sea turtles, sharks, snappers, spiny puffers, and stingrays.

If your are a complete scuba dive beginner, don't worry. All scuba dive vacations have dive facilities that appeal to beginners, who probably don't know a regulator from a wet suit. But that doesn't mean that the experience scuba diver and certified divers are not catered for as well.

We're sure you'll find a variety of dives to suit every notion you've had about scuba diving, and you can most definitely be assured that trained professional staff divers at the scuba dive vacation places will lead all dives. They will also provide instructions, high-quality Cressi SUB equipment, as well as courses for non-certified divers, and PADI (Professional Association of Dive instructors) or NAUI (National Association of Underwater Instructors) certification courses. That about covers what to expect whether you are a beginner or advanced scuba diver.

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