Deep DiveThis type of dive will take a diver deeper than 18 meters (59 feet), and most will go to 30 meters (98 feet) or more beneath the surface. There is unique marine life at great depths that can only be seen on deep dives.
Night DiveA night dive offers the chance to experience marine life that can only be seen in the dark. Rocks and colors appear more vivid and even familiar spots become mysterious.
Reef DiveCoral reefs are beautiful and endangered ecosystems that are bursting with life and color. Reef dives are among the most popular types of scuba diving.
Turtle DiveSea turtles are one of Earth’s most ancient creatures, and these types of dives offer a high probability of seeing green turtles or leatherback turtles, among others.
Whale DiveWhales migrate, so divers need to catch them while they’re passing through. Whale dives offer the opportunity to experience these magnificent creatures of the deep.
Explore Anguilla on your next dive adventure
Anguilla is known for its 33 beaches, and they don’t disappoint. Twelve miles of silky sand wrap around the island like a blanket, and there’s one for everyone. Anguilla’s largest wreck at 232 feet long. Depths ranged from 30 to 83 feet and like other Anguilla shipwrecks, the boat was the victim of Hurricane Klaus in 1984. Six months after it sank, the government raised the boat and towed to its current location. Now it rests completely intact and upright on the sand.
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Streamline your vacation bookings and find the best Anguilla dive shops before you even set foot on the plane with the extensive directory at Search Scuba. Use the filters on the left to sort the dives by type, certification, and experience level, and start dreaming about your Anguilla diving adventure today!