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Bahamas

Located at the meeting point of the Caribbean Sea and the West Atlantic Ocean, the Bahamas comprise an archipelago of 700 islands and 2,000 cays — each one offering a unique experience. When scuba diving in the Bahamas, explore off-shore reefs, impressive wrecks, underwater caves, and fascinating walls with submerged canyons and rare marine life. The Bahamas is also one of the best places to swim with sharks and turtles! Check out Bahamas dive shops below.

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  1. Sunn Odyssey Divers
    Freeport
    Bahamas
    Sunn Odyssey Divers
    As low as $100.00
  2. Dive Guana
    Great Guaba Cay
    Bahamas
    Dive Guana
    As low as $220.00
  3. Dive Abaco
    Marsh Harbour
    Bahamas
    Dive Abaco
    As low as $126.00
  4. Reef Oasis Viva Bahamas
    Freeport
    Bahamas
    Reef Oasis Viva Bahamas
    As low as $70.00
  5. Caribbean Divers
    Freeport
    Bahamas
    Caribbean Divers
    As low as $55.00
  6. Bahama Divers
    Nassau
    Bahamas
    Bahama Divers
    As low as $89.00
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The Best Places for Scuba in the Bahamas

Scuba diving in the Bahamas offers so many highlights, you can easily go back time and time again. Nassau, the main city of New Providence, is the best departure point for exploring blue holes, Runway Wall, historical wrecks, and adrenaline-filled shark dives. 

Heading towards the coast of Andros Island, discover the 190-mile reef with a 6,000-foot drop on one side known as the Tongue of the Ocean. For experienced divers, a night dive at Andros Wall gives you the chance to be guided by plankton light!

After a day (or night) of diving, relax on any of the numerous white or pink beaches and soak up the laid-back, Caribbean culture.

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