The Best Diving Spots in St. Martin

22 Aug

The waters surrounding St. Martin are teeming with adventure, just waiting to be explored, by divers of all levels of experience, so book a diving tour today! Here is a short list of some of the best diving spots on the in St. Martin.

Creole Rock

Home to an incredible underwater landscape, it’s no wonder that Creole Rock is one of the best and most popular diving spots in St. Martin. The diverse marine life includes areas of seagrass, reefs, and sandy patches that house numerous species of coral, eagle rays, peacock flounders, shrimp, parrotfish, wrasses, arrow crabs, just to name a few! Diveable in all conditions, this dive site has produced some of the most amazing marine life seen in St.Martin’s waters. This site is perfect for divers of any experience level, so make sure not to miss out on Creole Rock when diving in St. Martin!

Turtle Reef

Turtle Reef is another amazing diving spot in the Grand Case that you are sure to enjoy. You’re bound to see sea turtles floating around in the rocky area.You can also witness brain coral, pillar coral, and soft corals which tropical fish use to make their home in the shallower areas. This site is perfect for any level diver from first timers to course directors. Don’t miss out on one of the best diving spots on St. Martin.


Another exciting diving spot, Circus features caves to swim through and lava tubes, as well as a diverse variety of marine life to be explored, including Elk Horn coral, an endangered species. This is one of the best spots to visit in St. Martin if you enjoy swim throughs.

Japanese Garden

The Japanese Garden is on the southern side of Tintamarre and is a part of the French Nature Reserve. The Japanese Garden’s coral is healthy and beautiful, accented by the sand running down the reef. An incredible sunken garden lies just west of the reef. This is one of the most beautiful diving spots on St. Martin, so make sure not to miss it.


Like the Japanese Garden, Chico is south of Tintamarre and is a part of the French Nature reserve. Also, like the Japanese Garden, Chico is incredibly beautiful, with diverse marine life and gorgeous blue water. Chico is another one of St. Martin’s best diving spots, so make sure to visit it on your diving expeditions.

La Renee

La Renee is one of the best spots for advanced divers to explore. La Renee has attracted an incredibly diverse variety of marine life, which is visible as a result of the depth. Visit this spot for barracuda, sharks, schools of horse eyed jack fish, eagle rays, sea turtles, and giant stingrays. Don’t miss one of the best advanced diving experiences St. Martin has to offer, make sure to visit La Renee.

Ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Call (914) 595-6450 to book a diving tour today to explore the rich marine life of St. Martin in these incredible diving spots