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Top Dive Sites - The Bahamas - Morley

The Bahamas is rife with beauty at every turn. Between the gorgeous views, amazing people, and exciting activities, Nassau and Paradise Island homes for sale often get snatched up quickly. Many residents and people visiting The Bahamas love diving into one of the many hotspots located in the area, and our agents would like to share some of their favorites.

  • Mermaid Reef - Abaco
    A gorgeous little reef is located in the Sea of Abaco, Mermaid Reef is perfect for beginning divers. Every day, you'll find the place filled with snorkelers and paddleboarders who love taking in the sights. When you dive, you'll come across many friendly fish that are comfortable with humans and will come right up to you. It's basically like diving inside a fish tank, and some visitors bring small pieces of food such as frozen peas to feed some of the fish that get near them. Be sure to tour these Abaco homes for sale after your dive.

  • The Train Wreck - Eleuthera
    Part of the Devil's Backbone dive site, The Train Wreck is unlike anything else you'll find. As the name implies, this site, close to these Eleuthera homes for sale, allows you to dive down to a steam locomotive that sank in 1865. Both the engine and several rail cars were aboard a barge that struck a reef during a bad storm and went under. To this day, you can still see remains of three-wheel trucks, the locomotive's wheels, wooden beams, brass spikes, and more.

  • Thunderball Grotto - Exuma
    If Thunderball Grotto sounds familiar, then you're probably a James Bond fan. Named after the Thunderball film, this is where part of the movie was filmed. It's also been featured in other popular movies such as Splash and Into the Blue. It features a series of underwater caves where you'll find beautiful coral reefs and fish, in addition to hidden entrances that divers get really excited about. It may look simple from the outside, but once you dive down, you'll understand why Hollywood has fallen in love with it. You also might fall in love with these Exuma homes for sale.

  • Papa Doc Wreck - Grand Bahama Island
    This specific wreck dive possibly has the best history of any of the dive spots listed here. The Papa Doc Wreck was a shrimp boat that transported mercenaries and firearms during Haiti's revolution against Papa Doc Duvalier. Divers have been known to salvage ammunition that can be found amongst the coral. This is also a great dive for beginners and is filled with many different types of fish that get close to the wreck.

  • Ben's Cave - Grand Bahama Island
    If you want a glimpse into the history of The Bahamas, then Ben's Cave is a great place to start. Named after legendary diver Ben Rose, this cave is filled with stalactites, stalagmites, fossilized conch shells, bivalves, and more. This is considered a blue hole and is located in the Lucayan National Park. This dive is definitely worth the trip, but keep in mind that you must be accompanied by an authorized dive instructor due to the large cavern system.

Take a Dive in The Bahamas

The team at Morley can help you find the perfect home in The Bahamas for you and your family. Contact us when you're ready to live in paradise.

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