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About scuba diving in Martinique

One of the French Caribbean Islands, Martinique welcomes its visitors with crystal clear waters of the Caribbean, black sands of volcanic origin and emerald green vegetation. It is a popular destination among tourists, famous for its natural wonders such as spectacular beaches, turquoise lagoons, mountain peaks, a dormant volcano and a magnificent rainforest. Besides the amazing nature, Martinique offers a chance to explore lots of interesting sights, its culture, traditions and cuisine as well as take part in different activities. Among the activities on Martinique scuba diving is one of the most popular. Diving around the island is available all year-round and suites divers of all levels. There are a lot of dive sites off Martinique that offer divers an opportunity to explore beautiful reefs with numerous fish and plenty of corals as well as rocks, caves, amazing walls and wrecks. Some of the most popular sites on the island include Rocher de la Perle (Pearl Rock) with plenty of fish, tortoises and barracudas; Canyons de Babodi (Babodi Canyons) featuring an imposing volcanic landscape with canyons formed by lava flows; Belle Fontaine offering a shallow diving with a series of coral massifs; and Rocher du Diamant (Diamond Rock), the most famous site of Martinique, featuring a rock covered with lots of corals. Among popular wreck sites Epaves de St-Pierre, Roraima, Raisignier, Lady V and Nahoon can be mentioned.

When to go to Martinique

Martinique 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/72F to 30C/86F. The average water temperature stays around 29C/84F in the Summer and 26C/79F in the Winter. The average visibility varies between 20-30m/65-98ft. The depth of the dive is around 20m/65ft.

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