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Scuba diving from an award-winning live-aboard boat is the perfect Caribbean vacation. From 1 day try divd to 1 week live-aboard scuba cruise. Our gay scuba trip features a week on this beautiful tropical island includes visits to the best local dive sites with time to enjoy numerous land-based activities.
Imagine a dream vacation with your partner - turquoise blue waters teeming with breathtaking reef fish, balmy tropical breezes, swaying tropical palm trees over white sand beaches, and seemingly endless sunsets that set the sky afire. All the work is done for you, including gourmet meal preparation. Your job is simply to decide how to relax!
Special Fall Pricing! Fourteen lesbian divers will get together for a fantastic week on the island of Saba, in the Caribbean's Netherlands Antilles. Saba is a small, LGBT-welcoming island renowned for its healthy marine environment and exciting pinnacle dives. You'll stay in Juliana's Hotel, and your trip leader for the week, Terra Lee, will show you the best of everything this charming island has to offer.
However, while in some Caribbean islands, same-sex relationships are recognized by the law, in others which are, in fact, more culturally conservative, they are still prohibited. To help you select your dream island, here is a list that highlights the top 7 lesbian and gay friendly Caribbean destinationsaccording to the Caribbean experts of Windward Islands Yachting Company :. Very popular for eco-tourism, hiking, climbing, scuba diving and snorkelling, this unspoiled volcanic island is one of the most amazing Caribbean spots that are worth to be visited in the region.
Saba, is perhaps one of the most liberal minded islands in the Caribbean. The multi-national student body and faculty of the Saba University School of Medicine might qualify Saba for the Guiness Book of World Records with having the highest per capital passport holders on the planet. Look forward to an ethnic diverse populous within the friendly local culture--which also translates to excellent food and restaurant options.
Like any other large region, attitudes towards homosexuality in the Caribbean differ from place to place. Trinidad and Tobago has had a gay rights group sinceand the fairly sizeable community is quite visible, especially during Carnival; in Puerto Ricogay and lesbian visitors are not only accepted but sustained by a lively gay social scene. Barbados, the British Virgin Islands and Saba operate in a similar fashion.
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All-inclusive, ultra-small ship with amazing food and service. Limited onboard entertainment, especially if you don't like to socialize over drinks. Closest most people will get to a vacation on a private yacht.