Tiger Beach is not only world renowned for its clear, calm water. For years, its Tiger shark diving encounters have made it one of the premier dive destinations in the world. Amateur and professional photographers, videographers and shark lovers alike all enjoy the dives. There are numerous species of shark frequenting the area. You have opportunities to see Tiger Sharks, Lemon Sharks, Caribbean Reef Sharks, Nurse Sharks, Great Hammerheads, Bull Sharks and more. However, for many years now, the Tiger Shark diving has been taking front stage at Tiger Beach. Visiting divers are helping to change the perception of these top predators. Thanks to the foresight of the Bahamas, making all waters surrounding the nations islands a marine sanctuary, we are able to enjoy the benefits of a healthy marine ecosystem.
The reefs near tiger beach have a vast array of marine life, hard corals and soft corals. Visibility can reach well over 100 feet and you mix in some of the local reef and lemon sharks, you have a dream dive for many nature enthusiasts. The tiger sharks can grow to over 16 feet. When they come in, you’ll find yourself ignoring all the other sharks in the area and focusing on only the large, striped sharks. They seem to be more curious and cautious than you were expecting. Being completely surrounded by nature for the week, we know you will leave with more appreciation for the sharks, but also for the Bahamas as a whole. It is the best place for Tiger Shark Diving!
We offer a variety of dive and hotel packages:
Our host hotel for our tiger shark diving expeditions is a meticulously maintained 30-unit, gated community. West End is the oldest town and westernmost settlement of Grand Bahama Island.
A nonrefundable, nontransferable deposit of $500 – $1,000 USD (depending on trip) is required to make a reservation. Once received, you will be provided with an updated invoice confirming your dates, deposit, and balance.
We strongly recommend dive accident insurance as well as separate dive trip/travel insurance. These policies can be purchased from DAN, DiveAssure, and a number or other agencies.There are no refunds for lost days of diving due to weather cancellations, natural disaster, trip delays, injury or equipment issues. Individual policies vary so check to ensure that you are covered in the event of unforeseen issues.
We accept Credit Card, Paypal, Check, Money Orders, and Bank Wire. We accept credit cards in the form of Mastercard, Visa, and American Express.
All guests are required to fill out a Epic Diving Liability Waiver, which will be emailed to you ahead of your trip. You’ll be able to sign on a mobile device using a stylus or your finger, or sign on a computer with your keyboard.
NAS – Nassau International Airport, New ProvidenceFPO – Freeport International Airport, Grand Bahama
Because of the large number of arrival times, we do not include transportation from the airport to the hotel and back. It is easy for guests to hop in a cab for the 45 minute ride to the marina resort.
Several airlines have regular flights between Florida and Freeport, Grand Bahama.
We recommend guests bring their own toiletries, sea sickness medication, and insect repellent. The day time temperatures are pretty warm. However, we suggest a light jacket for cool nights or after long hours in the water.
While we’d love to be able to predict the weather, it’s a difficult task. Here are some helpful indicators.
Our tiger shark diving trips from October through June. Although there are sharks here year-round, we schedule our dive calendar around the time with the greatest numbers of animals in order to ensure that guests have the experience they come looking for!
All divers must be open water certified for our tiger shark diving expeditions. Night dives or other specialty dives require advanced certification.
Our tiger shark diving packages include lunch on the boat, in addition to drinks and snacks. However, breakfast and dinner are not included unless otherwise specified.
The quickest way to reach us would be email: [email protected]
Look over this great article from Underwater Photography Guide: What you need to know about diving Tiger Beach.