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COVID-19 Travel Update – The Bahamas
Aug 29 2020
Since The Bahamas reopened to international tourism on 1 July, there has been a steady increase in COVID-19 cases. In fact, the case count has risen 20-fold in the two...
COVID-19: Bahamas Travel & Tourism Updates
May 19 2020
Scheduling/Reservations/Travel For divers scheduled to join us in 2021, we are anticipating that the trips will run as scheduled. However, there is a possibility that the...
Ask DAN: How Long Should I Wait to Fly After Scuba Diving?
Jun 15 2019
This is a pretty common question we get diving with guests. “Is it okay if I’m on the morning flight tomorrow?” Each diver needs to use their own...
Dive Travel Insurance: What you need to know?
Feb 05 2019
We strongly recommend that travelers secure dive specific travel insurance for all our Bahamas Shark Diving Packages. There are a number of companies that offer this type...
Plan Your Next Bahamas Shark Diving Excursion
Jul 15 2018
The Bahamas has been a shark diving hub for decades and there are now a number of hotspots throughout the archipelago that offer reliable encounters with a variety of...
11 Quick Tips for Avoiding Motion Sickness
Aug 31 2015
Here’s an 11-part strategy for avoiding sea sickness published by SCUBA Diving Magazine: Need to feed. A meal before you board is highly important. For most people, an...
Simple Tips for Preventing Seasickness (DAN)
Aug 17 2015
Motion sickness is a sure-fire way to put a damper on an otherwise great day. Once it starts, it’s really difficult to break the cycle and you’re often left...
Bahamas Shark Diving
Jul 06 2015
From the ubiquitous caribbean reef sharks and nurse sharks to the larger than life tiger sharks, to the ultra rare great hammerhead and oceanic whitetip sharks, the...
A Bit About Cat Island
May 30 2015
Cat Island is located in the central Bahamas. Considered one of the family islands, Cat Island is home to just over 1,600 people. The island is about 48 miles long and...
Do you really need dive accident insurance?
May 20 2015
We highly recommends that divers carry DAN or other equivalent dive accident insurance for our dive expeditions in the Bahamas. Our diving at each location is far from...
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