Learn to Dive and Feel Alive at Sandals

Head to the warm seas of the Caribbean and discover what underwater treasures await you with Sandals and beaches fully comprehensive diving program. At Sandals both experts and beginners can enjoy guided dives showcasing spectacular coral reefs, colourful marine life and exotic underwater treasures.
Experience the delights of a wall dive where the dramatic coral formations start in relatively shallow water and continue down deep to the beautiful ocean floor or discover plane and ship wrecks that have been featured in Jaws and James Bond films as you enjoy a wreck dive. Night dives are also available for certified divers.
Sandals and Beaches resorts are ultra all-inclusive meaning that you don’t have to spend a penny, all your equipment and instruction is included. Non-certified divers can take a complimentary three-hour course in a special certification pool which includes basic Scuba introduction, hands on instruction, swim test and medical questionnaire.

Visitors staying at one of the ten Sandals and Beaches properties in Jamaica can travel through mysterious caverns, witness dancing eels as well as spotting schools of sting rays, sharks and turtles.
Visitors to the two Sandals properties in St Lucia can enjoy swimming alongside hundreds of colourful parrot fish and puffer fish. The dramatic Jettias’ Wreck, an old French steam-powered freighter which sunk in 1817, is a must for guests staying at Sandals Antigua Resort and Spa.
Certified divers may dive twice daily while non-certified divers may dive once a day. Sandals guests who wish to extend their scuba diving programme may obtain PADI certification for an additional cost. Each dive has a range of depth between 30 and 90 feet.
are the largest operator of luxury, ultra all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean.  Sandals has a total of ten couples only properties, including six in Jamaica, two in St Lucia, one in Antigua and one in Nassau, Bahamas. Beaches Resorts, the newest addition to the Sandals family, welcomes singles, couples, families and friends. With the two new Beaches Resorts, Beaches now offers six locations, two in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, two in Negril, Jamaica, one in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos and one in Varadero, Cuba.