The Montego Bay is an area much favored by divers, both for pleasure and adventure. Airport Wall is a reef to watch out for all sorts of coral formation, with turtles relaxing on the wall. The Royal Flat is a double reef while the Sandy Hole is a place where one can see an old and a young reef growing side by side. The Chubb Reef is home to the Bermuda Chubb which eats out of the hands of divers. The Dancing Eel Reef is the diving spot to watch eels in their natural environment. The Widowmaker's Cave is another interesting diving site at a depth of 80 feet.
Negril is also famous for the scope it provides for diving activities. The Arches give an excellent opportunity of photography with its red corals and yellow and purple fairy basslets. The Throne Room is another attractive diving site with a chimney to enter and exit. Particular diving sites for observing different sorts of marine life include Sharks Reef, Spade fish Reef, Turtle Drop, etc.
The diving spots in Ocho Rios like Carib Reef, Cavern Reef, Prospect Reef, Sandals Reef, Garden Reef, etc in Jamaica are also exciting. The most unusual dive site is the sunken ship which has become a home for various sea creatures.
Any diver wishing to visit Port Royal, the city that sunk after an earthquake, needs permission from the Jamaican authorities to do so. Tour agents are the best ways to get this opportunity.
Beautiful fishes like flounders, parrot fish, chromis, angel fish and others swim through the waters. Stingrays, sharks, eels, barracuda, etc are also seen during diving.