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Diving in Road Town

Water Temperature

When to go to Road Town

Daily temperature ranges from 24C/75F to 32C/89F in the summer and from 21C/69F to 29C/84F in the winter. The wettest months are September to November. The hurricane season lasts from June to November.

Scuba diving in Road Town

Road Town is located on Tortola, in the center of the island's south coast. This spacious harbour is a busy center of the island life and marine activity of the archipelago. In the local waters octopus, barracuda, parrotfish, grouper, spotted drum, hogfish, moray eels, butterfly fish and small file fish can be seen. Most of the interesting sites are located offshore. Some of them are M/V Iganess Bay, Black Tip Reef (well known for its amazing coral growth of both soft and hard corals), Shark Point (located near Peter Island) and Painted Walls, located south of Dead Chest Island, where three deep canyons are covered in sponges and soft corals. Sitting in 25-27m/85-90ft of water there is the Inganess Bay wreck, where divers can swim through the bridge, cargo holds or play with the giant loading cranes. Crushed upon the rocky shores of Road Harbour during Hurricane Bertha, a 42m/136ft freighter was towed to it's current resting spot on the white sandy bottom between Salt and Cooper Islands.