An abundance of vertical walls, rich with marine life A cluster multi-form sponges and deep sea fans, rich in color. This 290 square mile island has grown in popularity as one of the best dive spots in the Eastern Caribbean. Walls are abundant underneath this mountainous island that has depths to 6,000 ft, for all levels of divers, and visibility up to 75 ft. Due to the volcanic origins of the island, visitors will find blackish sand on the beaches as well as a greenish tinge to the water, instead of the turquoise blues customarily found around the Caribbean. Reef preservation is practiced by the use of permanent moorings. Snorkeling is also popular in the waters and photographers should bring plenty of rolls of film. For more information about planning a dive trip to Dominica, click on the home page below.
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