The difference between diving St. Kitts and Nevis is that Nevis is slightly more vulnerable to sea swells on days when the winds are whipping. The 80 to 100 foot visibility in most locations make braving the sometimes strong currents worth it. Prepare for dives of between 30 and 90 feet to explore delicate reefs and swim with brightly colored fish.
You'll find one dive service and at least 8 good dive sites to choose from.
If you're ready to dive, you might want to check with Scuba Safaris. The first and only full-service, PADI 5-Star Dive Resort on Nevis, Scuba Safaris is a name that divers can trust regardless of their skill level. A friendly, knowledgeable staff awaits guests, happy to train them in one of the numerous certification courses offered on a regular basis, or take them out to discover the underwater world that surrounds the island. They are situated in Saint George Gingerland Parish.
Review the table below for information concerning the one dive service we know of that operates in this area.
|Scuba Safaris||Dive Service//12576||(869) 469-9518||Saint George Gingerland Parish||Nevis|
Details concerning some of the area's major dive sites are shown in this table:
|Very Good||Advanced Open Water / CMAS **||90.0||1-2 knots||17.0937149984||-62.5602722168|
|Very Good||Open Water / CMAS *||120.0||--||17.1961490997||-62.6601791382|
|--||Open Water / CMAS *||40.0||--||17.1911861249||-62.6597499847|
To learn more concerning snorkeling, including tips and suggestions for both experienced divers and beginners, read our exhaustive guide to scuba diving in the Caribbean.
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