Outer Banks Diving

Are you up for an adventure, more specifically, an aquatic adventure? How does an underwater exploration of shipwrecks sound to you? If that shivers your timbers – in a good way, we mean – you’ll definitely want to check out activities relating to Outer Banks diving. The waters off the coast of the Outer Banks have long been known as the Graveyard of the Atlantic because the treacherous currents and shoals caused many boats to wreck back in the day. Today, certified SCUBA divers can explore the old wrecks as well as the surrounding waters. You can participate in dive charters (with captains who know the spots well and can take you to prime destinations depending on the day’s currents and visibility), beach dives and other diving ventures. Don’t have your diving gear with you? That’s okay; many of the businesses offering Outer Banks diving activities rent their equipment. If you aren’t a certified SCUBA diver but want to participate in diving adventures, you can also receive dive training and certification during your vacation. Check out the listing below to find out what watery activities you can enjoy this vacation.


Outer Banks Things To Do by Area

Corolla | Duck & Southern Shores | Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills & Nags Head
Roanoke Island & Manteo | Hatteras Island | Ocracoke Island

Outer Banks Things To Do by Category