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A Dive Festival in Grenada

 Grenada has long been one of the Caribbean dive sector’s best-kept secrets, and now there’s another reason for divers to head to the Spice Isle: the first-ever Pure Grenada Dive Fest. The event, which takes place from Oct. 11-14, includes …

5 Caribbean Resorts With Unlimited Diving

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor If you’re a diver, the Caribbean’s your go-to destination, with hundreds of fish-filled, coral-crusted dive spots to capture your attention. But paying a la carte for your underwater adventures can get pricey, and all those …

How to Take a Diving Getaway to Bimini

 Looking for a quick diving getaway? The Bimini Big Game Club has you covered. Bimini Big Game Club is welcoming guests with new Dive + Hotel Packages. The three-night or longer packages include accommodations at the Bimini Big Game Club …

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 Heading to Cancun this summer? There’s a host of options to check out for every kind of traveler, from more traditional activities to secret island getaways. Here are five experiences to try in Cancun right now. Isla Holbox Those seeking …

Wreck Diving

 With its miles of coral reefs and warm crystalline waters, the Caribbean is the world’s most popular dive destination.  The Caribbean’s ocean currents, rocky reefs and tropical storms have also created a trail of Caribbean ship wrecks you can dive …

St Lucia Dive Fest

 Are you a diver? Then you may want to book a trip to St Lucia this fall. The Eastern Caribbean island is hosting its first-ever Dive Fest, aimed at strengthening St Lucia’s position in the diving sector. The festival, which …

 We have long said that “you don’t need a dive resort to go diving in the Caribbean.” But it sure helps. A great dive resort is not the same for everyone; some want luxury; some want function; some want value. …

 A new diving destination By Dana NilandCJ Contributor The Dutch Caribbean Island of Saba, one of the region’s top diving locations, is now home to the new Saba Freediving School. The growing movement of freediving is a form of underwater …

 It’s one of the wonders of the Caribbean — how subterranean volcanic activity creates the feeling of snorkeling in champagne in the waters off of the island’s southern coast. It’s called Champagne Reef, and it’s the most exciting dive site …

 The latest Underwater Caribbean photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Dave Lowther. This incredible shot was taken on a live-aboard dive trip in the Bahamas aboard the Caribbean Explorer. Do you have a great underwater photo of the Caribbean? Send …

 Buddy Dive expands to Dominica By Dana NilandCJ Contributor A major Caribbean dive shop is coming to Dominica. The Buddy Dive Resort in Bonaire has launched a partnership with the Fort Young Hotel in Dominica, bringing Bonaire’s famous dive experience …

 It’s the Caribbean’s most precious resource. It’s right there. It’s beckoning you. You’re on the beach, taking in the sun, and you’re fascinated by what’s going on in the vast blue world right in front of you. It’s why so …

 By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon Sea, sand and swaying palm trees: as views go, it’s the tropical trifecta. And while you can enjoy such vistas all over the Caribbean, we’re partial to this panorama from the Lions Suite at Curacao’s Lions Dive …

 Diving. It’s the heart and soul of Bonaire. While you can dive from just about anywhere on the island’s coast, the real pleasure is walking a few steps from your hotel room and jumping into the water. Here are six …

 Above: Champagne Reef By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s that moment, when you feel the geothermally-induced bubbles tickling your feet, that you come to the conclusion that Dominica is not exactly your average Caribbean island. Of course, whether you’re diving …

 Bonaire is a Caribbean oasis — small, calm and charming. Just a bit north of Venezuela, the Dutch Caribbean island has far more things to do than you’d expect on an island of just about 16,000 people. Of course, here, the …

 By Alexander Britell ST KITTS — As the Caribbean seeks to diversify its “sun, sand and sea” tourism product, Grenada, the “Spice Isle,” is taking a unique approach, looking at “community tourism,” in which the government aims both to foster …

 The Bahamian government is looking to cash in on what, according to experts in Florida, could be a billion-dollar industry with an amendment to the country’s Abandoned Wreck Act. “We are being told it could be a billion-dollar industry if …