Diving in Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe is a French region, located in the heart of the Lesser Antilles. Many awe-inspiring landscapes filled with adventure are waiting for you in this place, including a volcano, tropical forests, sugar cane fields, beaches, and coves, to name a few. Guadeloupe is a multi-culturally rich country. Explorers are guaranteed to find the perfect thrilling experience. This is the ideal place to go diving, snorkeling, and hiking; you will find many possibilities for an unforgettable holiday.
Diving in Guadeloupe, you will discover different substrates and underwater sceneries, including meadows, coral reefs, wrecks, arches and caves, and drop-offs. You can dive all year round, and all around the archipelago with dive sites in Grande Terre, Basse Terre, Marie Galante, La Désirade, Les Saintes. The Cousteau Reserve is a must-visit diving destination where Commander Jacques-Yves Cousteau filmed several scenes from the film “The World of Silence“ in 1955. Between January and April, some dives are made with the singing of humpback whales; you can’t miss this exciting adventure. You can also expect to encounter rays, turtles, multi-colored coral fish, and dolphins.