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About St. Barts

Saint-Barthelemy, often abbreviated as St. Barts, St. Barths or Saint Barth, is a small, volcanic island located in the northwest Caribbean Sea and a part of the French West Indies. It is a popular tourist destination and is considered to be one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. St. Barts offers tourists around 15 white sandy beaches, interesting scenery, delicious cuisine, chic boutiques, relaxed ambiance and great diving. Scuba diving on the Island is available for divers of all levels of experience. Diving off Saint Barth is famous for its amazing reefs and corals populated with a wide variety of fish species. For those who prefer wreck diving there is the Kaïali shipwreck. The dive sites mostly feature reefs, walls, rocks and a wreck. The diverse marine life in the waters of Saint Barth includes turtles, rays and morays. In 1996 a Marine Reserve protecting coral, sea life and fisheries was created on St. Barth. The popular dive sites of the island have on their list such locations as Le Pain de Sucre (sugar loaf); the Kaïali wreck, which lies in less than 30m/100ft of water and has two good entries and an easily visible exit; and Les Petits Saints, with a wide variety of marine life.

When to go to St. Barts

Saint Barthelemy is a year-round destination. The period between December and May is considered the dry season, while June through November is considered more humid. The average air temperature around the coastal areas of the island ranges from 22C/72F to 30C/86F and around 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. The average visibility varies between 20-30m/65-98ft. Approximate depth of the dive-site is around 20m/65ft.