DIVE & TRAVEL
C2 Sea Scuba Dive & Travel helps you plan trips whether you are looking to take a Family Vacation or a Group Trip with our Dive Club, whether it is to an area Lake, the Caribbean or South Pacific, we can make it happen for you with the very best value for your money.
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Travel - Regional
Eureka Springs AR - is the Best Training facility in the area. The Scuba Park at Beaver Lake had many training aids. Platforms, Boats, Jet Ski, and Cars to explore while learning new Diving Skills.
Blue Hole - Santa Rosa, NM
Fresh water sink hole with training center and training platforms. Ideal for Deep and Altitude training.
Rock quarry origins - to a premier Midwest Dive training facility. Located in Southern Illinois This is an excellent training facility for Deep, Navigation and Wreck dive training.
Key Largo, FL
Explore the spectacular reefs and ship wrecks of the Florida Keys. Diving for the beginner up to the very experienced diver!
Travel - Tropical
Ambergris Caye, Belize
While diving in Ambergris Caye, you will dive the lush canyons, see the beautiful Eagle Rays, Nurse Sharks, Turtles and other unbelievable sea life like no other.
Bonaire Marine's Park offers a total of 86 dive sites, it is home to over 57 species of soft and stony coral and more than 350 recorded fish species. Many of the dive sites have access by boat or shore.
Costa Rica is a top scuba diving destination, especially along the Pacific coast, where crystal clear waters are home to a variety of marine life. Guanacaste is a giant bay off the northwest coast that provides access to Catalina and Bat Islands – key dive areas.
When it comes to scuba diving in Cozumel, there's simply nothing like it in the world. This easy drift diving mecca boasts some of the best coral reefs around. Fish are abundant and colorful, with so many different species. The coral and sponges are plentiful and hide hidden treasure in the form of micro organisms, like shrimp. From wall diving, to cave diving, there are simply so many different forms of diving.
Fiji is known as the “Soft Coral Capital of the World” and is also home to the “Great Astrolabe Reef”. A network of brilliant coral reefs surrounds our 333islands and atolls. With around 1000 species of fish and several hundred types of coral and sponges, Fiji offers a unique diving experience. With over 4000 square miles of coral reef, Fiji Islands offer divers unparalleled marine biodiversity.
Grenada Dive Sites offer a wide variety for all experience levels from beginner to advanced diver and for every taste - be it shallow coral gardens, unspoiled reefs or interesting wrecks. Grenada is renowned for its large portfolio of wrecks, all artificial reefs covered with corals. Among it the most famous one, dubbed "Titanic of the Caribbean", the wreck of the cruise liner Bianca C.
Cayman Islands diving is sheer wall dives, abundant shallow reefs with hundreds of species of tropical fish and corals, shipwrecks covered with coral filled with fish, and world famous Stingray City dive.
The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, which surrounds Roatán, Honduras, is second only to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in terms of size. What’s more, many people consider our reef to have awe-inspiring coral gardens, dazzling sponges, and fascinating caves and wrecks.