- Great White/Hammerhead/Tiger Sharks
- Wall Diving
- Wreck Diving
7 Nights’ Pool or Studio accommodations (Double Occupancy), 5 Days of 2 Tank Boat Dive with Stuart Cove Including Round Trip Hotel/Dive Shop Transfers (Not Included Government Tax)
Travel Period: Jul. 13 – Dec. 14, 2023
Travel Period: Dec. 15, 2023 – May 19, 2024
Travel Period: May 20 – Dec. 11, 2024
Expires at 2:00pm on Sunday December 1st, 2024
Orange Hill Inn
Orange Hill Beach Inn is a boutique scuba diving resort located in Nassau, Bahamas. They have 32 accommodations ranging from Studio, Poolside Rooms, Apartments, and even a Private Cottage. The studios have a queen or 2 twin beds, a patio or balcony with a partial ocean view, and a kitchenette. The Poolside rooms have 3 beds; 1 queen and 2 twins. The apartments have a full kitchen and 2 queen beds ...
The Bahamas is comprised of over 2,700 islands, rocks and cays formed from coral reefs. Here, scuba diving is accessible from 2200 coastline miles on the Atlantic Ocean. It’s an ecological oasis with exceedingly clear water. There are over 1,000 fish, coral, invertebrate and crustacean species. Earlier settlers were the Lucayans, Tainos and Arawak people. Spanish explorers first came to the isla...
Joseph & Donna
The trip went very well. I had very good reports from the dive center and the way they treated our small group with their own boat even. The Instructor's were very accommodating. The hotel, we had no complaints.
My room was adequate. Very much inline with what I expected to get on
a dive vacation. Others in our party complained that their rooms were
a bit seedy and not clean enough, but the hotel management was helpful
in resolving these issues.
Service at the hotel was excellent. It's run by a British Lady
and a small staff. They were very accommodating.
When one of our non-diving travelers was injured, She personally took
her to the hospital, X-ray lab, and pharmacy. The hotel has a "pour
your own" honor bar, which was a big hit with the imbibers on the
trip. Food in the hotel restaurant was good to excellent. Fish
dishes tended to be better than beef dishes.
Diving was excellent. Reefs are in good condition with lots of fish.
We saw sharks every day. Stuart Cove's is a well-run operation, and
their staff is friendly and helpful. Several of our divers were
diving sidemount, and the boat staff were always glad to hand tanks to them in the water.We did a shark dive
and everyone on the trip raved about it.
We saw plenty of the unfortunately now-ubiquitous lion fish, and
sharks on almost every dive. Other wild life encounters were typical
of Caribbean diving.