Cozumel, Grand Cayman, the Bahamas, Morrocoy, Bonaire and Los Roques are among the best diving sites in the Caribbean. Cozumel is the largest inhabited island of México and legendary since Jacques Cousteau made a documentary in 1961. It is very notable for the underwater visibility and the health of its reefs. A trip to Chichén-Itzá shows us one of the best preserved Mayan ruins in the whole empire. The Cayman islands are renown among divers because of its vertical walls. One of the most thrilling experiences in the world is diving in Stingray City, an experience that will last forever. A visit to the Turtle Farm and the Botanical Gardens will give us another reason to visit Grand Cayman. The Bahamas is a well know destination for divers due to the many chances to see sharks and other big animals. We will aboard the Nekton and experience the diving freedom along the course of the northern Bahamas. Dolphins, rays, turtles and sharks are to be seen in this documentary, along with thousands of fish in several wrecks. From there we move to Morrocoy National Park, one of the most sought after places by scuba divers in the north eastern Venezuela. Then we jump to the diving paradise of Bonaire, one of the three Dutch Caribbean jewels in the southern Caribbean and the home of the diving freedom. And to bring this adventure to a fitting close, Los Roques, discover how The Caribbean was three decades ago, healthy reefs, blue waters and thousands of fish.