The seabed of Guadeloupe are essential: with or without bottles, swim in the warm waters (between 25 and 28 °), a transparency that will reveal magnificent sites of the bright colors: it is not necessary dive deep to watch the coral and colorful fish ballets.
Guadeloupe is surrounded by coral formations and reefs, choose your dive:
Coast Under-the-wind, Pigeon Islands, also called “reserve Cousteau” are known worldwide. The Cousteau Reserve extends Point to Point MAHAULT Lézarde. The “Rock Malendure” about the town of Boiling is the mecca for diving in Guadeloupe.
The Saintes archipelago is a paradise for divers with its famous “Sec Paté”.
Marie-Galante offers absolutely pristine sites.
The underwater landscape of Port-Saint-Louis is surprising with these aquatic arches.
The lagoon of Saint Francis is ideal for beginners.
From March to May, you can see humpback whales near Saintes, and calves. Sea turtles are protected in recent years and can be observed on different dive sites Saintes. In summer, they lay their eggs on the beach of Grande Anse à Terre de Haut.
Good to know for your first dive, choose an accredited center, with a qualified instructor. This recommendation is also true for most followers, quickly seduced by the real beauty caribbean funds, but will refrain from venturing without expert guidance.
You will find an impressive number of diving clubs in Guadeloupe. Note that the sites differ depending on where your dive.
Scuba-diving clubs in Guadeloupe
Plage de Malendure
Tél. : 05 90 98 82 43
Adresse : Rocroy 97119 Vieux Habitants
Tél. : 06 90 65 94 77
Le Rocher de Malendure – Pigeon
Tél. : 05 90 98 86 63