Diving & Snorkelling

Even though still not very much publicised as such, St Lucia is a Caribbean diving paradise!

The island is at the tip of an underwater volcano where both beginner and experienced divers alike will enjoy the stunning variety of coral, sponge and marine life. Artificial reefs have developed around a number of sunken ships, which have become home to huge gorgonians, black coral trees, gigantic barrel sponges, purple vase sponges and black lace corals. The waters reveal turtles, nurse sharks, seahorses, angel fish, and golden spotted eels among the dazzling cross section of Caribbean marine life.

There are several spectacular diving sites just off St Lucia, ranging from easy to challenging. Keyhole Pinnacles consists of 4 seamounts rising from incredible depths to within a few feet of the surface. Superman's Flight, a drift dive on a gentle wall, which drops to 1000 meters. At the base of Gros Piton, the Coral Gardens rise from a depth of 10 to 30 meters and Anse La Raye, midway up the west coast is a superb wall and drift dive, where huge boulders cover a shallower slope creating fascinating formations to explore.

A number of shipwrecks provide adventure and exploration, one of which is just offshore from the Ti Kaye Village.

Dive Centres
Island Divers

Ti Kaye Village

Time: GMT -4 hours
Language: English
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar
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