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Discover great value scuba diving holidays

Last updated 9th June 2017

Whether they’re beginners or on their way to fully-fledged diving experts, exploring the underwater wildlife and coral reefs off of various beaches around the world will certainly give the kids something to talk about when they get back to school!

If children are complete beginners, they can join the Bubblemaker lessons, where kids aged eight years and up can learn to dive in a pool with trained diving instructors. Parents can also join in if you’re also beginners. For more experienced divers, the resorts offer tons of programmes, too.

Here’s a few destinations recommended by Beaches Resorts to get the kids into diving, or complete their PADI diving course, including exploring coral reefs, going nighttime dives, and discover shipwrecks, where kids can explore sunken ships from years ago!



There’s a number of dives in Turks & Caicos, including Northwest Point, a wall that descends down to around 180 ft. and is covered with corals and frequented by sharks, turtles and stingrays; Grace Bay, where you can see snappers, nurse sharks, friendly barracuda under the dive boat and regular visitor, JoJo the dolphin; Pine Cay, where you’ll see eagle rays; and West Caicos / French Cay, where divers can see black tip and Caribbean reef sharks.

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Located on Jamaica’s Negril coast with seven miles of white sandy beaches, this exotic summer location is the perfect to see some beautiful scenery and wildlife. Dives include The Arches, where you’ll see nurse sharks and large stingrays; the King Fish Point, a deep dive where turtles are seen quite often, as well as nurse sharks; Shallow Plane, on the edge of a reef; and Throne Room, where divers enter the dive through a chimney and lobsters are seen amongst the coral.

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Another beautiful resort on the coast of Jamaica, here you can see a fascinating shipwreck of 110 ft. boat that went down in 1991, as well as Snappers, butterfish, and an occasional seahorse, on the Ocho Rios Drop Off dive.

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