New dive experience in Montserrat
Extreme Marine Scuba, a dive operation registered in Montserrat, is now offering divers a three day underwater exploration of Montserrat's 13-mile coastline and an island and boat tour too.
Not for the faint of heart
The region may be known to outsiders for its rum and rhythm. But the sporting life is alive and thriving. Locals and visitors share camraderie and competition in sailing regattas, triathalons, golf and tennis tournaments, soccer, cricket. Then of course there's diving, snorkeling...
Snorkel St. John
Treat yourself to a magnificent mosaic of marine life. Snorkeling is sensational in St. John, one of the top snorkeling spots in the Caribbean.
Explore dive and snorkeling sites in the British Virgin Islands.
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It's exhilarating to dive into the cyan sea for a snorkel. A few precautions will make sure you stay safe, and enjoy your swim with the fish. Click for more.
So what do former U.S. presidents George H. Bush and Bill Clinton have in common, besides politics? Both love to golf in the Dominican Republic.The two share a view with golf afficionados everywhere. Click for more.
For the first time in history, a Wimbledon champion hails from The Islands of The Bahamas. In July, 2009, Mark Knowles became the first Bahamian to win Wimbledon as he and partner Anna-Lena Groenefeld of Germany won the mixed doubles title. Click for more.
The "sport of kings" is popular on many Caribbean islands like Antigua, Barbados, the Dominican Republic, Nevis, Jamaica, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Puerto Rico, St. Croix, and Trinidad and Tobago. Click for more.
Polo is not as popular as cricket in the West Indies, but it has a loyal, if not royal, following on a few islands. Click for more.
Cap Juluca Resort manages Anguilla’s Temenos Golf Course, the only golf course on the island. Click for more.