Best Dives of the Caribbean (Hunter Travel Guides) by JON HUBER JOYCE HUBER
By JON HUBER JOYCE HUBER
An up-to-date version incorporating the main points of a whole dive advisor and the sensible details that every one guests desire. The consultant premiums the easiest dive and snorkelling websites, tells the place to discover shipwrecks, coral reefs and wall dives and provides sightseeing and lodging info.
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For individual and group information write to International SOS Assistance, Box 11568, Philadelphia, PA 19116. (800)-523-8930 or (215) 244-1500. com. com. Lost luggage insurance is available at the ticket counter of many airlines. If you have a homeowner's policy, you may already be covered. Be sure to check first with your insurance agent. Keep a list of all your dive equipment and other valuables including the name of the manufacturer, model, date of purchase, new price and serial number, if any, on your person when traveling.
Three Starfish Superb dive. Excellent visibility and marine life or wreck. Two Starfish Good Dive. Interesting fish and plant life; good visibility. One Starfish Pleasant dive. Better than average. Map SymbolsDive SiteShipwreckSnorkeling areaAirport Page 1 Introduction Before the creation of underwater viewing equipment, early Caribbean travelers caught merely a glimpse of the world beneath the sea. But, once they did, the idea of subsea exploration really caught on. By the 1930's, rubber goggles with glass lenses and face masks became a standard part of many a tropical traveler's wardrobe and a new wave of adventure travel took root.
Deep-sea fishing can be arranged at Road Bay and Island Harbor, glass bottom boat cruises are from Shoal Bay and Island Harbour (4155); sunset cruises to out islands are offered by Enchanted Island Cruises, 3111. Dining Anguilla's leading French eatery, Hibernia at Island Harbour offers dining on a huge veranda overlooking the sea. Choice menu picks include smoked Caribbean fish, grilled crayfish in lemongrass sauce, grilled snapper in honey and garlic, and chestnut ice cream. Open for lunch and dinner.