ประเภทการดำน้ำ - Reef dive
- Wreck dive
ทัศนวิสัยใต้น้ำ 40-60 m
ฤดูท่องเที่ยว The climate in The Bahamas is subtropical, providing around 340 sunny days a year - alongside superb diving conditions. Summer water temperatures are approximately 88°F (31°C), dipping to 75-80°F (24-27°C) in winter.
If you enjoy diving at uncrowded dive sites, book your trip from June-October. This is low season in the Bahamas. Diving in the Bahamas changes little from month to month.
In addition to great topside conditions, November to May is also the best time for shark diving. Tiger sharks are present from October to January at Tiger Beach, and you’ll find hammerhead sharks at Bimini from December-March. Oceanic Whitetips can be seen from April-June.

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สิ่งที่น่าสนใจ - Crystal clear water - 40-60m visibility
- Tropical beaches
- Shark sightings all year
- Whale sightings
- Year-round warm water

Oceanic White tips, Dolphins, Hammerheads, Hawksbill Turtles, Longerhead Turtle, Eagle Rays, Occasional Whales, Tiger Sharks, Whitetip Reef Shark, Blacktip Reef Shark, Bull Shark, Nurse Sharks, Manta Ray, Whale Shark, Humpback Whale, Pilot Whale, Sperm Whale,  

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The Bahamas features three international airports, namely Freeport Grand Bahama International Airport, George Town International Airport on Exuma and Lynden Pindling International Airport in Nassau.

Flights arrive regularly and onward travel to the many islands is a simple trek. Arriving by cruise ship, ferry or private boat is another popular option. To travel between islands, you’ll need to use commuter planes, ferries or private transfers by speedboat.

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