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Diving in Terre-de-Haut

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When to go to Terre-de-Haut

Terre-de-Haut is a year-round destination. The period of December through May is considered the dry season, while June through November is considered more humid. The average air temperature in coastal areas of the islands ranges between 22-30C/72-86F and in the inland areas, from 19C/66F to 27C/81F. Scuba diving is possible throughout the year. The average water temperature stays around 29C/84F in the Summer and 26C/79F in the Winter. Average visibility varies between 20-30m/65-98ft. What to see Some of the marine species that divers can spot here include angelfish, parrotfish, butterfly fish, moray eels, barracudas, turtles, rays, sharks, dolphins, whales. Also in these waters divers can explore soft and hard corals, sponges, gorgonians, sea fans.

Scuba diving in Terre-de-Haut

Terre-de-Haut is the largest of the eight small islands that make up Les Saintes in Guadeloupe. Terre-de-Haut Airport is located in Terre-de-Haut. It is a popular vacation destination as well as a great spot for scuba diving. Terre-de-Haut is listed among the best diving destinations of Guadeloupe. Diving here is available all year-round and suites divers of all levels of experience. The dive sites off Terre-de-Haut feature shallow reefs, underwater caves, ship and aircraft wrecks, canyons, slopes and drop-offs with outstanding underwater flora and fauna. One of the most popular dive sites off Terre-de-Haut is Le Sec Pâté, with its remarkable underwater pinnacles and fields of sea fans, sponges and black corals.