Guests at Jewel Paradise Cove can enjoy up to three dives per day — with the exception of check-out day — where equipment, air, boat trips and highly experienced pro dive masters are included at exceptional rates. Certified divers who wish to dive more than once in a day or enjoy a night dive can customize their dive schedule using the Shop Special that allows for multiple dives during their stay. To maximize your vacation diving please check with the dive shop upon arrival to get the full rundown.
Gilberts Reef - An over-hanging reef with ledges. Approximately 20 feet for beginners.
Training Reef - a smaller shallow reef used for training purposes. Approximately 25 feet for beginners.
Nursery – A breeding ground for small tropical fish. Approximately 30 feet for beginners.
Silver Spray – Close to our sister property Jewel Paradise Cove, Silver Spray is approximately 30 feet for beginners.
Eaton Hall Reef – Located west of our property near Eaton Hall, Eaton Hall Reef is approximately 30 feet for beginners.
Canyon – This site sits on top of a wall that is 30 feet in length and approximately 40 feet for beginners.
Old Pier – Embedded in a reef, Old Pier is approximately 40 feet for beginners.
Ship Wreck – Divers will get to see the deck of the Reggae Queen roughly 150 feet in length and approximately 55 feet deep for certified divers.
Rickies Reef – Approximately 60 feet deep for certified divers.
Pocket’s Reef – In memory of a past dive instructor, this dive is approximately 60 feet deep for certified divers.
Fisherman’s Reef – The sea life starts to get bigger at Fisherman’s Reef, approximately 60 feet deep for certified divers.
Spanish Anchor – Go back in time and see this anchor from an old Spanish ship embedded in the reef. Approximately 60 feet for certified divers.
Plane Wreck – See the cockpit of a D6 twin engine plane. Approximately 65 feet for certified divers.
Groupers Reef – Great spot for Barracudas and lion fish. Approximately 70 feet for certified divers.
Pear Tree Bottom – Experience a small cave at approximately 80 feet deep for certified divers.
Canyon Wall – A smaller version of the Grand Canyon with several Bermuda Chub’s that make it their home. Approximately 80 feet for certified divers.
Jewel Island – There is a wall with a drop off of 80 feet going over another wall, home to a school of Atlantic Spade fish. Well over 100 feet for certified divers.