Caribbean walls and wrecks on a liveaboard

Choose a liveaboard diving vacation in the Caribbean to spend the days diving and to focus on what you love the most, a wonderful choice for scuba divers staying in the area. Warm crystal clear, blue waters and naturally attractive beaches make the Caribbean an awesome diving holiday choice. Favourite destinations for those who seek to explore deep sheer walls, drop-offs and wrecks on a liveboard diving trip in the Caribbean are Cayman Islands and Turks & Caicos. You can explore the naturally gifted breathtaking diving sites in the Caribbeans that attract divers with an opportunity to experience outstanding underwater sightings. Here you can get an idea about the eye-catching islands that suit the best for diving deep walls, caves and wrecks…

The Cayman Islands are located in the northern Caribbean Sea and are famous for underwater cliff faces like the Bloody Bay and Marine Park. It offers excellent diving for all levels divers. You can discover colourful fish, sharks, sea turtles, corals, and many more. But the most important thing about diving around Cayman Islands on a liveaboard is their deep walls and wrecks. This is no doubt the top destination in the Caribbean to visit for its deep dives.

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The magnificent Columbus Passage separates the Turks Islands from the Caicos Islands, which is a popular area for diving due to the rich diversity of sea life. In the passage, Salt Cay is one of the greatest diving spots where you can explore spectacular walls and caves. This 22-mile waterway deep-sea channel is major route for travelling humpback whales, dolphins, and eagle rays. Turks & Caicos on a liveaboard is probably the second must visit place for deep walls fans.

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Courtesy of Divebooker “Top spots to visit on a liveaboard in the Caribbean

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