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Diving in Gustavia
When to go to Gustavia
Gustavia is a year-round destination, and scuba diving is possible throughout the year. The period between December and May is considered the dry season, while June through November is considered to be more humid. The average air temperature ranges from 22-30C/72-86F. 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 average depth of the dive sites is around 20m/65ft.
Scuba diving in Gustavia
Gustavia is the main town and capital of the island of St. Barthélemy, a French territory in the Caribbean. It is located near St. Martin/St. Maarten and Anguilla to the northwest, St. Kitts and Nevis to the south, and the Virgin Islands to the east. Gustaf III Airport is located here. Gustavia, also known as “St. Barth”, it is considered to be a luxury destination with lots of hotels, restaurants, and shops. Port de Gustavia is known as one of the most exclusive marinas in the world. Gustavia offers a variety of different activities, one of the most popular of which is diving. Scuba diving in Gustavia is available for divers of all levels, as well as snorkelers and those who want to learn. Divers in Gustavia can explore reefs, caves, rocks, walls, and wrecks. The marine life in the waters of Gustavia is diverse and includes barracudas, skipjack tuna, eels, turtles, different reef fish, and also beautiful coral gardens. Some of the popular dive sites that are located around Gustavia are Le Pain de Sucre, Les Baines de Pain de Sucre, the Marignan wreck (8m/26ft), the Dakar wreck (15m/49ft), Le Non-Stop Wreck (20m/65ft), and La Baleine des Gros Îlets (with plenty of hard and soft corals and abundant reef fish). Visibility is good (10-30m/32-98ft).