Our spots / Dive sites
From the lagoon of Grand Cul de Sac on the Atlantic side or from Gustavia on the Caribbean side, we have more than thirty accessible dive sites. The majority of our spots are less than 10 minutes away from the boat, and are located in the marine reserve areas of Saint Barth.
The diversity of the sites offers us architectures answering everyone’s tastes! Caves, drop offs, faults and arches for those who like relief. Theme dives such as wrecks, deep dives or even drift dives are possible. The diversity of the underwater world allows us to observe eagle rays, stingrays, turtles, sharks and even whales depending on the season. Night dives offer the possibility to observe giant turtles and bioluminescent plankton.
Atlantic Spots (Departure from Grand cul de Sac)
Toc-Vers : From 0 to 25 m - Any level - 6 sites
Located in the reserve, the dives are organized around the island in a succession of faults, tunnels, arches, deep canyons and caves. There is even a cave with an air bubble. These sites are surprising by their luminosity. In summer, what a pleasure to get lost in the middle of the pisquettes, grouped there by thousands and watched over by majestic tarpons. A few meters away from the island, a rocky outcrop stands on a plateau about 20 meters deep. After having walked along a small drop-off among a battalion of lobsters, watched over by imposing nurse sharks, you will evolve around the rock among a concentration of multiple species of fish: sergeant major, small jacks, coulirous, creole fish… It is common that eagle rays join the show. Attracted by this permanent parade, many predators make sudden appearances, under the threat, the extras unite in a compact group. Once the danger is over, the ballet resumes.
Roche Roube (Remote site) : From 0 to 35 m - Level 1 minimum
Very little frequented sites, for certified divers for half a day. Immersed rocky peaks or isolated rocks offering a complete and balanced ecosystem where you can find almost all the species listed in the waters of St Barths.
True sanctuaries, these sites are the mascots of the center.
Les Grenadiers : From 0 to 27 m - 3 sites - Level 1 minimum
To the east, a pyramidal slope from 0 to 25 meters dotted with holes, mini caves, and large rocks. The site offers an ideal habitat for coral fish and their numerous rather curious predators. In addition, there are hawksbill turtles, eagle rays and frequently a few dolphins. To the North, the bottom follows a regular slope until 16 meters, then it drops sharply on a sand bank at 27 meters where lazy stingrays are camouflaged. Then the dive continues in a magnificent canyon covered with multicolored sponges, at the end of which, tarpons can be seen in a thick school of pisquettes that merge with the foam of the incessant waves.
Caribbean spots (Departure from Gustavia)
Pain de sucre : From 0 to 28m – 4 sites – Any level
The deeper south side is the kingdom of barracudas, and it is also common to see a school of bigeye trevally of good size. The north face offers a calm and shallow site ideal for initiation to diving. The Sugarloaf Whale and its rocks are covered with a large variety of sponges and multicolored corals. On the sand you can observe sand urchins, stingrays, shells and a colony of garden eels.
Gros ilet et sa baleine : From 0 to 25m – 4 sites – Any level
These sites offer ideal conditions to discover the underwater world with fins, mask and snorkel or to learn to dive. A little further out, the whale appears: a rocky outcrop with a difference in level of about twenty meters, offering a rich and very diversified flora and fauna.
Pelé (Remote site) : From 0 to 25m – 2 sites – Level 1 Minimum
On the program of this dive, big caves, deep canyons, big rocks. Very little frequented sites for certified divers for half a day. Immersed rocky peaks or isolated rocks offering a complete and balanced ecosystem where you can find almost all the species listed in the waters of St Barths. True sanctuaries, these sites are the mascots of the center.
Tombant de colombier : From 0 to 25m – 2 sites – Any level
A drop-off exposed to the current, allowing a good observation of all the varieties of sponges. Rocky peak located in a protected area in the middle of a sand bank and sea grass beds. Like a nursery, this privileged situation offers us the possibility to observe a complete and balanced ecosystem.