Join DiveBuddy.com

Meet new scuba divers, maintain a virtual dive log, participate in our forum, share underwater photos, research dive sites and more. Members login here.

#15
all inclusive scuba diving
jelicami - 10/26/2016 12:22 AM
Category: Travel
Replies: 6

Where it is possible to all inclusive scuba diving what equipment for this purpose is required?
#15086
Subscribed
Smithsgold - 10/26/2016 12:46 PM
Rental Wetsuits !!!! Now that made me Laugh !!!!

There are some good All Inclusive Places to stay in Cozumel !!!
#1395
FtMyersTom - 10/26/2016 1:39 PM
One of the best this side of the world and in the Caribbean Turneffe isl resort Belize turnefferesort.com/

But like latitude said... always bring your own gear.
#1586
SeaGoat - 11/03/2016 2:32 AM
You should also consider live-aboards.
#15
Subscribed
aindsoney - 11/07/2016 1:13 AM
All inclusive scuba diving resorts is a great chance for experienced and junior divers to explore stunning dive sites and fantastic underwater world - dive-site.com/blog/all-inclusive-scuba-diving-resorts-29
#2584
John_giu - 12/28/2016 10:10 AM
In a word, sandals.
Unlimited diving included, which translates to 3 to 4 dives a day depending on the resort.
All equipment supplied. With Butler service they will even take your gear to the boat.
For all the sandals deniers, yes the dives can be shallow conservative and boring. But the certified diver morning dives can be more challenging deeper dives. Some in Jamaica are 100 foot wall dives. Available dives are listed by resort on the Web site. Some resorts offer additional pay for dives like night and shark dives.

Lots of stuff to keep the non diving spouse busy while you’re gone.