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Dive sites nearby

Pointe Malendure

The pearl of Malendure. Just mention the name of this site to a local Instructor and see the flame in their eyes. It is possible to make this a drift dive towards Japanese Garden or Anse Négresse.

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Anse Négresse

Anse Negressee is the best-hidden dive site in Malendure. Overhung by cliffs, this site offers a gentle slope between corals and sandbanks that allows a nice dive.

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La Caye

A long time ago, the Malendure rock collapsed into the ocean, creating this shallow dive site. La Caye is Malendure’s nursery. Depths range from 4m to 18m for the more adventurous; this site is accessible to all.

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Jardin Japonais

An alternation of sand, coral, and rocks, this is one of the richest dives in the area. And as a bonus there is a tunnel at 13m, just under the anchorage to finish the dive.

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Epave Franjack, wreck

This hourglass freighter 50 m deep was built in Denmark in 1958. It sailed to Copenhagen and then to La Rochelle in the 70s. The Franjack lies flat on her keel on a sandy bottom at 24 m in good general condition except for the forward cabin which is collapsed.

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Cross Over

Cross Over is a dive site dedicated to training new SSI instructors in Guadeloupe.It is a flat dive site, 5 meters deep, with sand and, depending on the season, many starfish, but also fish and green turtles who are curious about diving instructor candidates.

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Bouée Anticyclonique

Bouée Anticyclonique is THE drop-off of Guadeloupe National Park. Droping from 10 to 45 m deep, you must not be afraid of heights. Various hot springs from the Montserrat volcano are also found here. Nitrox is recommended.

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La Piscine

What will jump out at you when you arrive at this site is the crystal clear water and the turquoise blue everywhere. A beautiful shallow sandy area to learn greets you. Three possible courses start from the same place, that’s what’s magical about this site.

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Pigeon Island

This dive site is suitable for everyone, from basic divers to divers specialized in deep diving, with the possibility of diving on a plateau of a few meters, but also with a steep drop-offs to the 40-meter zone.

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Epave du Gustavia (Wreck)

This hourglass freighter of 49 m by about 7.50 m was launched in 1953 under the name of GEOCEANIQUE and renamed GUSTAVIA in 1982. After a thorough clean-up, she was sunk as an artificial reef in 1991 about 1 mile from the Malendure rock at Bouillante, the wreck lies upright on a sand bottom at 40 m.

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