Situated 110 miles north of Caracas and 100 miles east of Bonaire, the isolated archipelago of Los Roques is the Caribbean’s is an ideal place for a true diving adventure. Los Roques is the oldest and largest National Marine Reserve in the Caribbean. Comprised of 850 square miles of pristine waters, 350 islands (only three inhabited), islets, reefs, and white sand beaches.
A wide variety of dive sites include shallow reefs, perpendicular drop off, pinnacles, caves, harbor sharks and crustaceans of every type, hide in crevices amongst forests of sponges, all sites reminiscent of everything from the Galapagos to Bonaire. Los Roques indeed provides the most unique, remote and greatest of all Caribbean underwater adventures.
An extremely comfortable liveaboard that can accommodate 12 passengers in 6 double staterooms each equipped with private heads and showers and window or porthole views. All diving is conducted from a tender which will take guests to sites around the Los Roques archipelago where the fish life is among the most prolific in the entire Caribbean.