One of the things my family likes to do in Dominica is scuba dive. Dominica is one of the top Caribbean diving destinations, and, in my opinion, one of the best diving experiences in the world. If you dive for thrills, wonder and beauty, Dominica is for you. Here the sea below is as amazing as the land above. There are volcanic vents, plunging sea walls, colorful reefs, sea turtles and soft corals. The underwater topography of Dominica mirrors the beautiful landscape above, with canyons and cliffs plunging to depths equal to the soaring mountain peaks above. Massive underwater boulder fields and volcanic craters accompany steep walls and pinnacles, setting the stage for some of the best diving in the Caribbean, and indeed the most breathtaking diving to be found anywhere. The majority of the diving is done in the southwest in the Soufriere Scott’s Head Marine Reserve. It is the oldest reserve on the island and offers the most popular volcanic underwater features. There is virtually no current and there are unspoilt coral walls. If you like small critters, from frog fish to bubble bee shrimp, let the guides know which one you are looking for and they will do their best to find it for you.
We have been diving for 11 years with Dive Dominica/Castle Comfort Lodge http://www.divedominica.com/. It is a family run business and the majority of the staff have been there for the 11 years we have been there. The dive staff are friendly and helpful, and the boats are comfortable.