Beaches Resorts opens a world of dive possibilities

There are many various and exciting ways in which to explore the pristine waters that fringe the coast lines surrounding each Beaches Resort, none are as adventurous as the exhilaration of SCUBA.
At Beaches both beginners and experts alike can enjoy two guided dive tours showcasing spectacular coral reefs, vivid marine life and exotic underwater treasures. Each dive has a range of between 30 and 90 feet, and include state of the art equipment.
Certified Divers have the ability to dive twice daily, those who are non-certified can make the most of a complimentary resort course in a special SCUBA certification pool, and dive the next day.

What does Beaches diving program include?

A wide variety of Dives including:

Coral Reef Dives:
Float above vibrant coral reefs that act as magnets for a variety of tropical fish and other marine species.

Wreck Dives:
Explore aircraft and ship wrecks from past times. Many of the wreck dives have been included in feature films such as ‘Jaws’ and the James Bond movie ‘Dr No’.


Depending on which resort you are staying at the waters of the Caribbean offer some of the most varied examples of tropical marine life imaginable, these include such species as Angel fish, Barracuda, Goat fish, Lobsters, Octopus, Parrot fish, Sharks and Sea turtles.

All dives include top-of-the-line equipment including Regulators, BCD’s, Masks, Snorkels, Weight belts and Wet-suits.
Whether its diving Dunn’s River Wall, or Northwest Point in Turks and Caicos, diving with Beaches offers some excellent opportunities for divers of all levels or qualifications.
The first Beaches
Resort opened in 1997, welcoming singles, couples and families of all ages. Grande Sport Villa Golf Resort and Spa and Royal Plantation Golf Resort and Spa, both by Beaches are the signature ‘adults-only’ properties, welcoming guests sixteen and over and eighteen and over respectively. Beaches have six Resorts in total.
For a more in-depth analysis of Beaches dive sites and opportunities see this weeks opinion section of