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Little Cayman, Cayman Islands

Little Cayman tops many divers' must-dive list for good reason. Just a stone's throw from this tiny island's shoreline, gardens of corals and sponges glimmer like Technicolor rainbows, pristine walls drop into 6,000 feet of deep, blue water, and the visibility perpetually tops 150 feet or more. And the Little Cayman Beach Resort has visiting divers' needs covered from every...

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St George's, Grenada

Typically I shy away from all-inclusives—too many memories of sub-par buffets and sunburned folks wearing black socks and sandals. But the Spice Island Beach Resort has reversed this association. Simply put, it's one of the Caribbean's best resorts, an archetypical ocean-side property positioned on the scenic southwestern coast of Grenada, a nutmeg seed's throw from Grand Anse Beach and...

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Westpunt, Netherlands Antilles
It is quite possible to spend an entire vacation within the grounds of this remote resort, especially if you're seeking tranquility and an abundance of nature. All the comforts of an upscale resort are integrated into rooms and suites that look out on the sea or lushly landscaped gardens, and two open-air restaurants serve meals and drinks all day. But the 350-acre property is miles from town, so...
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Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos

Grand Turk is a diver's island for two reasons: First, it has more than two dozen world-class dive sites within a five- to ten-minute boat ride from pretty much anywhere on the island, ranging from shallow coral gardens teeming with reef fish to dizzyingly steep submarine walls frequented by mantas, eagle rays, and humpback whales (in season); second, there's really not much else to...

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Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

As you'd expect, island time is alive and well on Grand Cayman. Yet this utterly intoxicated slowed-down version of the ticking clock can thrust you into a temporal paradox as you try to simultaneously chill and scramble to catch the 7:30 boat heading to a distant reef. But so goes a scuba vacation: early to rise, early to dive. And after that second plunge, you can ease...

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Roseau, Dominica

True to form on an island that couldn't feel further from the mainstream, megaresort destinations of the Caribbean, the family-owned Castle Comfort Dive Lodge exudes a simple, laidback atmosphere. The grounds comprise manicured gardens, a small swimming pool and hot tub, waterfront bar, restaurant, and the on-site dive center, Dive Dominica. It's all nestled onto a modest property located...

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SPEYSIDE, ET, Trinidad and Tobago

Speyside is located on the opposite side of the island from the main tourist hub at Crown Point, along a quiet, barely developed section of coastline overlooking the confluence of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. And the Speyside Inn, like the small fishing village for which it's named, is ideally located just a short boat ride away from this oceanic mixing point—one of the...

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Andros, Bahamas

Opened in 1960, this eco-oriented dive lodge was one of the first dive resorts in the Bahamas, and 50 years later, it's still owned and operated by the original family. Likewise, it continues to provide laidback island luxury with easy access to some of the area's best diving. Situated on a private beach—on the eastern shore of the large, yet barely developed, island of Andros—the...

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