Diving in the Caribbean
Crystal clear water, warm sea, gentle sun against the picturesque shores and an amazing variety of underwater world and sea creatures - there are not so many such paradisiacal places on earth. The Bahamas is one of them. Here tourists are offered a wonderful vacation and an opportunity to admire the bright, amazingly beautiful world of the sea depths. That is why diving in the Caribbean is one of the priority areas of island tourism.
The Bahamas has all the most unimaginable water activities and sports. But the real pride of the Caribbean is the fantastic underwater world. It attracts people from all over the world, those who are not indifferent to the beauty of the underwater Caribbean Sea.
Diving in the Caribbean, among corals and a pile of colorful tropical fish, is not only available to professionals. On average, the bottom of the Caribbean basin is about six meters, the most favorable conditions for the first dives of beginners. The sun warms the water up to the bottom and allows a good look at all the subtleties of life of the underwater inhabitants and the beauty of intricate underwater landscapes. It is noteworthy that the fish are not at all shy, and this allows you to make a lot of colorful pictures that will remind you of a wonderful holiday when you are at home.
Diving in the Caribbean is extremely safe, which the organizers have taken care of. All dive sites for tourists are regularly monitored, they are thoroughly checked by specialists. And qualified instructors with a lot of experience are at the disposal of beginners. They will ensure the safety of your dives.
But professional divers are interested in large depths in wild places. The beauty of such areas cannot be observed by an ordinary person, which attracts a lot of fans of this occupation.
People are not the only ones attracted to such paradises of the planet, because the water near the Bahamas is one of the most transparent in the world, and the temperature here does not drop below 22 degrees, even at depth. That is why the Caribbean is perfect for the breeding of marine fauna. The sea depths are densely populated with various marine mammals and strange fish. For example, bottlenose dolphins or spotted dolphins. And large numbers of harmless sea creatures invariably bring predators here. As a result, next to the amazing coral fish here you can find dolphins, manatees and even sharks. And other exotic species, such as stingrays, mantas and stingrays, have taken over the seabed.