The Complete Guide to Scuba Diving Nassau Bahamas and the Exuma Sound

Scuba Diving Nassau Bahamas

The waters around Nassau are so clear that you are practically diving already as you fly in. You can feel a palatable excitement looking down into that Bahama blue water and knowing you’re going to be blowing bubbles soon. The west end of the island is next to a dropoff into a troth called ‘The Tongue of the Ocean’, where you’ll experience wall diving at its finest. The east side is adjacent to a 30-mile-wide shallow sea, which is the crossing to the Exuma Sound. All around the island are shallow coral reefs covered with tropical fish.

Not only are there more natural dive sites in Nassau than you could possibly experience in a dozen vacations, but there’s a fleet of ships sank as artificial reefs waiting to be explored. From 100′ sea cutters to tug boats to shipwrecks from Bond films, you’ll see the juxtaposition of man and sea and watch as the ocean reclaims its own. Also not to be missed are the famed shark diving in Nassau, Bahamas. These aren’t the vicious great whites that force you to be in a cage. They’re the gentle cousins, reef sharks, that swim freely around you during their meal.

Between the clear warm water, colorful coral reefs, abundant life, and exciting dive sites, you’ll see why thousands of divers come here every year and why you have to consider going to the Bahamas for your next dive trip. We learned to dive in the Bahamas, and it’s our most visited dive location outside of the US.

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