Dive Sites : Discover Dominica, the Nature Island

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L’Abym (La Sourcier) (Easy)
In the southern corner, one can float 30 ft off the wall and see the surface cliff enter the sea then drop into the deep on both sides of you, a truly impressive sight. In addition to the beautiful topography, one can usually find seahorses, scorpion...
Mountain Top (Difficult)

As the name suggests, this rock spire rises to about 60 ft from the surface and is a fabulous site when it is diveable.

Half-mile from shore in the Atlantic, the site is rarely visited due to its position and frequent strong currents. 

Nose Reef and Whaleshark Reef (Easy)
Nose Reef and Whaleshark Reef are located on the south drop-off of the Grand Savanne flats. Both sites are inspiring reefs starting at about 55 ft and cascading down to 130+ ft. The arrow crabs, banded and Pederson cleaner shrimp, together with spott...
Pinard (Easy)

Pinard has an impressive pinnacle which contains a tunnel roughly 300 ft long. Reef fish are so abundant that the view is one of constant motion and color.

Point Break (Moderate)

At the northern tip of the island where the Caribbean and the Atlantic meet lies this “must-dive” for those comfortable with currents and who love adventure. Travelling along the coastline to get to the site is worth the trip. The site is home to many large fish.  

Pointe Guignard (Easy)
This gradually sloping reef is best known for its swim-through when returning to the boat. There is a cave at about 50 ft that has some interesting life, but it is narrow and can very quickly silt up, so it is not recommended for large groups or anyo...
Pointe Ronde and the Craters (Moderate)
Pointe Ronde and the Craters have very gently sloping reefs in excellent health showing vibrant colors and abundant marine life. The latter site starts off around 70 ft and when you reach the craters, the reef drops abruptly to 92 and 120 ft. The bot...
Rina’s  Hole (Easy)
Just North of Whaleshark Reef lays Rina's Hole. This is a great shallow dive offering a beautiful swim through, leading to a cluster of rock formations. These formations are encrusted with corals, teeming with moray eels, giant anemones, delicate sea...
Rodney’s Rock (Easy)
Rodney’s Rock is a shallow dive (maximum 50 ft) offering one of the best critter dives. A huge variety of marine life can be found at this site, which offers mini caves and overhangs for spiny and slipper lobster, crabs and morays. The vertical fac...
Scott's Head Pinnacle (Moderate)
Scotts Head Pinnacle is justifiably one of the island's most famous dive sites. Divers regularly request repeat visits to this site. The dive begins on Swiss Cheese, a large rock formation home to the well-known Soldierfish Cave. Not actually a cave,...