BAHAMAS DIVING HOLIDAYS

While some 700 islands form the Bahamas only a few are accessible to the travelling diver. New Providence island is best known for the Bahamas capital, Nassau and the sophisticated playgrounds of Cable Beach and Paradise Island. But there's another face to New Providence, colonial architecture and quiet sandy beaches. To truly escape fly to one of the Bahamas' Out Islands. Columbus' first landfall in the Caribbean was on the white sand beaches of the tiny island of San Salvador. A holiday here is about relaxation and quiet contemplation.

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Why You'll love Diving in Bahamas !

  • A charming family hotel with all the conveniences of home
  • Set on a hilltop overlooking the ocean and just a few steps from a sandy beach and the crystal clear water of the Bahamas
  • Great dining options on site

Nassau is the capital city of The Bahamas and is located on the 11th largest island of the archipelago - New Providence. Nassau’s main harbour, Paradise Island, is famous for its rich history of pirates and commerce. The island has the lure of a big city but the feel of exotic paradise and offers everything from beautiful natural beaches to bustling entertainment and modern amenities. 

Nassau in The Bahamas offers a number of great dive sites that appear to a range of abilities and each site offers a totally unique experience. A variety of shallow reefs provide a home for an abundance of colourful fish and are ideal for macro-photography fans as well first time divers and snorkellers while the Lost Blue Hole is an attraction which attracts many divers to this region of The Bahamas. This natural hole in the ocean floor is where you will find turtles, sharks, large pelagic fish and giant southern stingrays.

Also off the coast is the De La Salle Wreck as well as the Lighthouse Wreck & Reef and The Shipyard. All of these are amazing sites for photographers and divers as you discover the deep water tropical reef, lobsters and eagle rays that have taken refuge on the wrecks.

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