Take a Dive !

Bermuda island is famous for its shipwrecks
Large Groper (Epinephelus lanceolatus) swimming with scuba divers, over tropical reef near Hamilton Island.
Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo   Lobster

Traveling with your own scuba diving gear or snorkeling equipment isn’t always ideal. Rest assured, Bermuda has a scuba shop in close proximity to all of the best snorkeling and diving spots in the country! 

Whether you care to check out the colorful creatures of the coral reef, explore some of the amazing underwater caves and caverns, or wander through any of the over 300 shipwrecks and swim-through time capsules scattered about the islands, Bermuda has a lot of options for experiencing your journey in the water. We’d be happy to help you choose between them!

Here is just a small sampling of the underwater adventure trips to choose from:

  • The Celestial Cathedral reef, a huge underwater dome with windows that let in heavenly shafts of light, is off Bermuda’s east coast.
  • If you wind up journeying in June after the full moon, you will experience the passionate mating rituals of the parrotfish on the south shore.
  • If your scuba tank will allow you to see all 100,000 square feet of this ornate vessel, examine the Spanish luxury transatlantic cruise liner from 1936, Cristobal Colon.
  • Encounter a creature called the Undertaker, also known as the Bermuda sea hare, but enjoy from a distance, as this creature shares a similar self-defense tactic with octopus – purple ink! 

There are actually quite a number of yet-to-be discovered shipwrecks. Maybe you’ll make a famous discovery, like the Roanoke, which was sunk in 1864 during the civil war and never seen again!

Not already certified to dive? All of Bermuda’s dive operators offer official PADI Scuba Diving courses and beginner courses for those who want to try it without making the time commitment required to become officially certified.

Call us today to discuss how we can include unforgettable underwater journeys in your Bermuda vacation packages.