Diving in St. Lucia is like diving through a kaleidoscope of color. The clear blue waters allow you to immerse yourself in a rainbow of coral, sponges, and marine life. Because of the 60-100 ft visibility, you’ll be able to get an up-close look at sea creatures most people only see in the movies. Keep your eyes wide open for squid, pufferfish, seahorses, and moray eels just to name a few. You may even be able to spot a few shipwrecks along the way.
Whether you’re a seasoned dive pro or a beginner, you’ll be able to experience a whole new world in St. Lucia’s reefs. The reef starts just 15 yards beyond the shore and dives down to 140 feet deep. But don’t worry, all the colorful coral and marine life can be spotted in as little as 20 feet deep. Rated “top five” shore dives in the Caribbean, St. Lucia is also a dream for photographers. The walls and pinnacles create an underwater canyon that runs for miles. Perfect for those wide-angle shots and panoramic views.
Situated in the heart of St. Lucia’s world-renowned Soufriere Marine Management Marine Park, Scuba St. Lucia is the island’s longest established dive center. This five-star operation delivers world-class service that can’t be beat. As one of the Caribbean’s top diving destinations, Scuba St. Lucia focuses on having fun and ecological awareness.