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Diving in Grand Case

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When to go to Grand Case

Diving here is possible throughout the year. The period of December through May is considered the dry season and the best period for scuba diving. The average air temperature stays around 22/C72F-30C/86F and the water temperature stays around 26-29C/79-84F. Average visibility varies between 20-30m/65-98ft. What to see Grand Case dive sites are famous for amazing reefs, corals and diverse marine life, which includes hawksbill and green turtles, fan corals, an abundance of colorful reef fish, flying gurnards, eagle rays, sting rays, jawfish, sailfin blennies, remoras, toadfish, frogfish, and octopus.

Scuba diving in Grand Case

Grand Case is a small fishing town located on the northwestern side of French St. Martin. The closest international airport is Princess Juliana International Airport that is located in 12km/7mi. Grand Case is a very popular destination among tourists famous for its nature, beaches, culture, activities and cuisine. The island is often called "The Gourmet Capital of the Caribbean". Among a variety of activities and sports, scuba diving in Grand Case is one of the most popular and available for divers of all levels. Most popular dive sites Two most popular house reefs of St. Martin, Turtle Reef and Creole Rock (best snorkeling spot), are located in Grand Case Bay. Some other favorite French side dive sites are located near the island of Tintamarre (a protected marine reserve): The Tugboat, Circus, and Basse Espagnole.