The Lost Blue Hole is not only one of the most unique diving attractions off the coast of the Bahama Islands, it is one of the most unusual dive sites on the entire globe. Scuba Diving enthusiasts from around the world travel to Nassau in order to visit this natural marvel. The first thing visitors will notice about this enormous submerged crater is its huge dimensions. The Lost Blue Hole has a one hundred-foot diameter and an astounding depth of two hundred feet. Most Open Water Certified divers should only descend to depths around eighty feet.
The sheltered walls of this remarkable dive site provides a stable habitat for scores of marine species, including Nurse Sharks, Reef Sharks, Angelfish, Snappers, Amberjacks, Yellowtails, Manta Rays, Morays, and Sea Turtles. Because the water in the Blue Hole is sheltered from external currents and waves from the Caribbean Sea, the water is especially calm and has an outstanding clarity.
The dive experts of Bahama Divers venture to the remarkable Lost Blue Hole approximately four times per week. With an excess of forty years of experience providing Scuba Diving Tours in the Bahamas, Bahamas Divers will provide the best possible dive experience for their clients. Their professional divemasters take pride in supplying the safest and most enjoyable Scuba Diving excursions. At Bahamas Divers, we utilize the latest dive gear that is meticulously maintained by our veteran staff. You will b transported to one of the most exciting Scuba Diving destinations in the Caribbean aboard a customized dive vessel.
What are the requirements to participate in this dive?
This dive requires an open water certification or higher.
Can you pick us up from our cruise ship or hotel?
Complimentary pick up is provided from all hotels.
What are water conditions like?
All dives occur on the south side of the island where waters conditions are great all year round. Visibility remains clear and consistent all year round. Water tempatures change seasonally but average between 72 - 78f.
Can I use/bring my own scuba diving equipment?
Yes. Many people feel more comfortable using equipment they are familiar with and are best suited towards their body type. While we do everything to ensure our divers are using the safest, most reliable gear we do allow our divers to use their own dive gear.
Can my non-diving partner come on the dive?
Yes. While your partner will not be able to participate in the dive itself they can come along as a bubble watcher (rider) and enjoy the trip with you.
Is There a restroom on the boat?
Yes. There is a restroom or "Marine Head" for use on the boat.
What about sharks and other sea creatures?
With all the media hype it's understandable why people offten ask this question but the truth is that unprovoked shark attacks are very, very rare and attacks on scuba divers are even more rare. Our staff, divers and dive masters are all trained in making sure your dive is safe and enjoyable.
It is your responsibility to make sure you are aware of and understand all restrictions pertaining to this tour before booking online or over the phone. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are medically qualified and within any limits listed below in order to participate in this activity. No refunds will be given to those who reserve a spot and can not participate due to the restrictions listed below. For more information please read our cancellation policy and terms and conditions page or call our staff with any questions regarding your ability to participate.
Nassau Scuba Dive is always interested in your tour experience with us. We hope you enjoyed your tour and love to hear comments.
I have been to the Bahamas many times, but Bahama Divers Blue Hole Dive is one of my favorite trips! It includes everything that everyone should do here. As a Bahamas veteran, I can say only the best about this experience!
Thanks to the professional guides! I was a bit worried about kayaking because I had never done it before, but the instructions were great and I had such a good time!
The best way to discover nature! ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)