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Diving in Saint-Pierre

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When to go to Saint-Pierre

Saint-Pierre is a year-round destination with tropical climate. The period of December through May is considered the dry season, while June through November is considered more humid. The average air temperature ranges from 22C/86F to 30C/86F. The average water temperature stays around 29C/84F in the Summer and 26C/79F in the Winter. Average visibility stays within 20-30m/65-98ft range. What to see Marine life of the area includes eagle rays, batfish, triggerfish, lobsters, barracudas and sting rays

Scuba diving in Saint-Pierre

Saint-Pierre is a town and a small port located on the island of Martinique, in the West Indies. The closest international airport is Martinique International Airport that is located in 45km/27mi. Saint-Pierre is a well known destination among tourists famous for its cultural sights, such as the ruins of the Mount Pelee eruption, excellent beaches, museums, restaurants and shops. Among the variety of activities in Saint-Pierre scuba diving is considered the most popular. There are many great dive sites in the area that are available for divers of different levels. The sites feature reefs with lots of corals and an abundant marine life. At least 15 wrecks are located just off Saint-Pierre, most of them sunk after Mount Pele eruption in 1902. Among the popular dive sites Canyons de Babodie, Pearl Rock, Le Roraima, La Thérésa Lo Vigo are considered the most visited ones.