3 Top Diving Spots in West Indies

While there are many incredible diving spots in the West Indies, our top three picks are chosen for their calm waters, minimal currents, and an unseemingly endless freedom to explore coral reefs and abundant marine life beneath the surface. 


Saba, Leeward Islands 

Saba plunges below the sea as steeply as it rises above. The island’s volcanic landscape is responsible for its rich and diversified terrain below the surface, which ranges from shallow patch reefs to deep underwater seamounts, providing the perfect diving opportunity for every skill level. The island’s volcanic landscape also contributed to the formation of the more experienced pinnacle dives and the more accessible lava field dives. 


St. Barths, French West Indies 

With its more than two dozen diving sites around its secluded shores, St. Barths provides the idyllic diving experience for every level of diver. Thanks to its four shipwrecks and protected marina of underwater reefs and canyons, there is much to explore and a variety of underwater life to encounter, most notably angelfish, parrotfish, stingrays, turtles, and the occasional whale.  


Grenada, The Grenadines 

Near Venezuela between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, Grenada provides adventurers some of the best diving in the region, most notably from Flaming Bay and Happy Valley for its rich coral and fish life and Grand Mall for its underwater walls, pinnacles, and canyons. 

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