Venezuela scuba diving vacations Venezuelan islands offer excellent conditions to learn and practice many water sports activities like scuba diving and snorkeling regardless of the level you possess. The island of Los Roques among those exotic islands remains scuba diving destination number one for thousands of tourists. All scuba diving activities within the certified facilities in Los Roques are supervised by NAUI / SSI Open Water Instructors. Diving here is very safe, and there's much to explore during your dives. Venezuela's Caribbean sea shore boasts the third by its dimensions coral reef in Latin America.
Margarita Island, Venezuela, is often being called true paradise, for it's a home to beautiful beaches with around 320 days of sun a year. Besides scuba diving and snorkeling, the Isla Margarita has to offer fishing, yachting, kayaking, beach-lounging, horseback riding and many more recreational activities to suite every taste and budget. Recreation in Venezuela has been remaining very cheap because of the nation's continuous and steep economic recession, so this is great place for scuba divers who are limited by their budget doing their favorite hobby. Residences at some popular spas can be found at as low price as $13.50 a night.
15 miles off the coast of Venezuela there lies Aruba. It is a popular destination for wind and kite surfers. Navigating around Aruba isn't complicated. Beautiful beaches surrounding the island offer good opportunities for recreational scuba diving. The island's territory is only 75 square miles. Very close to Aruba, slightly northwards from Venezuela coast is located Curacao, northern small Caribbean island. Both Aruba and Curacao lie outside the area southern hurricanes normally take place on rather regular basis. Therefore many scuba divers who have been scared away from other Venezuelan islands rush here attracted by a sort of safe shelter from the harmful natural disasters. Curacao is known for amazing reef formations and abundant marine life. Ajacent dive sites range from open and exotic shallow-water dives with scuba to deep wreck dive locations.
The British Virgin Islands. The British Virgin Islands has always been considered one of the top dive destinations in the world, so, no surprise the destination has received 2009 Reader's Choice Awards in 7 nominations from Scuba Diving magazine. Receiving top honors, the BVI's RMS Rhone was voted the top wreck dive in the Caribbean & Atlantic. The destination also earned two top 10 finishes in snorkeling and beginner diving. In addition, the four top 15 finishes include dive destination, marine life, underwater photography and value. Read article.
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