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Diving at Creole Rock

If you want to go scuba diving in St. Martin, Creole Rock is one of the best places for both beginners and experienced divers. The waters here are shallow, accessible and well protected. It is a popular place for snorkeling explorations, introductory scuba diving sessions and diving certifications. 

Diving in St. Martin is above all about the pleasure of enjoying and discovering the exceptional underwater plant and animal life. At Creole Rock, you don’t have to go far out to sea to be able to experience all the emotions of this fragile world. The treasures of the underwater world will be revealed to you, at the heart of the Nature Reserve. Opposite Grand Case, you’ll be able to access this sanctuary as long as you do so on a boat that is no bigger than 50 feet.

Dare to dive into the underwater world of St. Martin

Some surprising creatures flourish in these warm and crystal-clear waters. Remember that you are merely a guest, lucky to have the chance to observe this balance that took thousands of years to form. With curiosity and respect, you will be able to catch a glimpse of lobster, parrot fish, boxfish and even lionfish. You’ll find out everything there is to know about lambi and if you’re really lucky, a sea turtle will swim with you or a blue angelfish will show off its unbelievable colors. Creole Rock is an exceptional place to explore for both beginner and expert scuba divers. It will be difficult to get used to life on dry land again, the attraction is addictive.

Diving in St. Martin, a sport for everyone

Snorkeling is a simple and safe activity, as long as you can swim of course. For introductory scuba diving sessions, and deep-sea experiences, it is advisable to get advice from your GP. People with untreated asthma, heart problems or high blood pressure might be advised against or forbidden from doing this activity. We recommend you don’t take a plane immediately after a dive (up to 24 hours).

If you are in good health, diving is suitable for all ages, even if a younger body will resist the pressure much better. That being said, it is never too late to get started and go on an adventure into the world of silence. The best time of day to start is definitely the morning, when the environment is waking up slowly, the light is soft and the body is rested. In St. Martin, you can go diving all year round thanks to the ideal climate.

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