By Mike Taylor

Little Cayman Beach Resort August 31st – September 7th 2019

One of the world’s Premier Dive Destinations!

The Cayman Islands, British West Indies, have been an independently governed British Crown Colony since 1962 and boast the highest standard of living in the Caribbean Basin. Little Cayman continues to be one of the least developed, safest, and easily accessible tropical islands in the western hemisphere. Little Cayman entices visitors with its accessible seclusion, undeveloped beauty and the healthy diversity of its marine environment. There is an unspoiled tranquility found on the land, the beaches, and in the sea.
The Cayman Islands have strict Marine Conservation Laws and many of the resort’s 57 dive sites are within protected Marine Park Zones, including the legendary Bloody Bay Wall – Little Cayman’s most famous dive attraction. From Phillipe Cousteau to David Doubliet, just about every diver who has experienced its reefs has stated that Little Cayman is one of the world’s premier dive destinations – with pristine reefs, excellent visibility and incredible diving. Coral canyons and sand chutes lead you through the pristine deep blue waters of the outer reef before plunging to 6000ft (1800m). These exhilarating walls are covered with brightly hued sponges, corals and sea fans.
When at the resort, guests can take advantage of the many facilities, including a nature day spa and fitness center. Relax with an outdoor massage or lounge in a hammock along the beach. Snorkeling, kayaking, fishing, tennis, beach volleyball, hiking, caving, bird watching and biking are some of the many activities offered through the resort as well. Evening entertainment includes movies on the beach and karaoke. Award-winning chefs and equally acclaimed Reef Divers illustrate Little Cayman’s commitment to excellence.
Over the years, many Caribbean islands have lost what truly makes them “The Caribbean”, but on Little Cayman time stands still. Join us for a wonderful week at the one of a kind Little Cayman Beach Resort!

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By Jacob Dixon

BONAIRE N.A. January 26- February 2, 2020

Join us as we experience the unspoiled natural divers paradise Bonaire truly has to offer. Accommodations include deluxe one bedroom condominiums with a full kitchen, spacious living room, cable TV and air conditioned bedroom with a private terrace or balcony.

The incredible flexibility of Bonaire's shore diving gives you the ultimate in convenience with access to world class dive sites just a few kicks away! Dive when you want, as you want, as many dives as you want! We have found almost no need to hassle with loading and unloading a crowded dive boat. Visit with friends at the poool bar in one of the two freshwater pools or dine at one of Bonaire's casual waterfront restaurants.

Package Includes

  • 8 Days / 7 Nights Deluxe One Bedroom Condominiums (double occupancy)
  • Round Trip Airfare From Little Rock to Bonaire
  • Breakfast Daily
  • 6 Days Unlimited Tanks for Shore Diving**
  • FREE Nitrox Fills (must be nitrox certified)
  • FREE Week Long Double Cab Truck Rental
    (one per condo)(insurance not included but highly recommended)
  • Weights & Tanks
  • All Government Hotel Taxes and Service Charge
    (Does not include marine park fee $45)
  • Airport Ground Transfers

** Additional boat dives may be added. Call for pricing.

Deluxe One Bedroom

Kralendijk, Bonaire

Call Mike at 501-812-0006 for more information.

$500 deposit required to reserve a space


By Mike Taylor

Late summer diving is here!

Did you know Fall is the BEST time to dive in Arkansas?
The thermocline is at its deepest offering more warm water to explore, there is less boat traffic, and the visibility will continue to get better!!!

Call 501-812-0006 to get scheduled for your diving classes soon!

By Mike Taylor

Pre-Season Equipment Service!

Pre-Season Equipment Service!

We’re excited that warm weather is finally right around the corner! This year you can avoid the long service delays in late spring by bringing your equipment in now for service. Normally Arkansas divers don’t think about having their equipment serviced until the week that they want to head out and get wet, only to find that we are backed up as much as 3 weeks.

The techs are all caught up and are waiting, so why not beat the rush this year!