We have recently returned from an action-packed trip to The Bahamas. In fact, there is so much to tell you about, that we are going to have to do so in small bite-sized features over the coming weeks.
The Bahamas is made up of 700 islands and small cays set in the clear blue waters of the Caribbean. Each island you visit has its own unique character and types of diving, so it is really worth trying to take in as many as you can on each visit.
We dived on reefs and wrecks on four different islands and photographed six different species of shark: Tiger, Bull, Great Hammerhead, Caribbean Reef, Lemon & Nurse. We snorkeled with turtles and dolphins, swam in blue holes and kayaked pristine mangroves. We dived a famous cavern and assisted with a coral regeneration program.
We even did a shark night dive and used underwater scooters to keep up with the sharks on another dive. It was an adventure-filled trip that was one to remember.
So, watch out for our tales from The Bahamas, visiting the beautiful islands of Grand Bahamas, Bimini, Andros and New Providence.
Check out the Islands of The Bahamas at www.bahamas.co.uk.
This article was originally published by Scubaverse