The subtropical climate of The Bahamas provides approximately 340 sunny days each year, offering impressive year-round dive conditions. Each island dive destination has its own signature experiences, from flourishing reef dives, along vertical walls, over wrecks and through tunnels, caverns and blue holes. There are also many shark diving spots, from diving with Great Hammerheads in Bimini, to Tiger sharks on Great Bahama Island.
Our Spin Explore the third largest barrier reef off the coast of Andros, and Dean’s Blue Hole - located northwest of Clarence Town on Long Island, where the Free Diving World Record was set in 2016 at 122m. It is said to be the second deepest blue hole in the world and the second largest underwater chamber. This warm salt-water swimming pool dips some 663 feet (203 meters) into the ocean floor.