Known for its shallow reefs and a vibrant and active marine life, Green Turtle Cay is a great destination for scuba divers just learning the ropes. While there are a few places for those hard-core divers to go a little deeper to explore, you'll not have to take it lower than 60 feet to truly enjoy the view.
You'll find two dive services and a small number of dive sites to choose from.
If you're ready to go diving, you might want to contact Treasure Divers. The main event with Treasure Divers is a daily two-tank morning dive to the one of the largest barrier reed in the world the Abaco Reef. Throughout the day, other dive excursions are offered that will take you to your desired dive sites. They are found in Treasure Cay, South-Southeast of Green Turtle Cay.
A second option is Brendals Dive Center. With over 5,000 students successfully trained since its inception in 1985 Brandals Dive Center is a name on Green Turtle Cay that you can trust. And when it comes to learning how to scuba dive, you definitely want to work with someone you can put your full trust in. You can reach them at (242) 365-4411.
You can look through this table for details concerning the area's dive services.
|Brendals Dive Center||(242) 365-4411||Green Turtle Cay||Green Turtle Cay|
|Treasure Divers||(242) 365-8571||0.3 mi. South-Southeast of Central Treasure Cay||Great Abaco|
Some information regarding some of the area's dive sites can be seen directly below.
For more information concerning snorkeling, including useful tips and suggestions skilled divers as well as beginners, read our comprehensive Caribbean diving article.
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