The ultimate in sea mount diving! Saba is not your stereotypical Caribbean island. The cliff-lined shores are devoid of sand beaches, and the green hillsides that ascend to a dormant volcano are dotted with red-roofed cottages reminiscent of northern Europe. Saba's underwater terrain is equally unique within the region. Rather than the ubiquitous shallow Caribbean reef systems, Saba's leeward west side features steep walls and sea mounts that rise from 1,000 feet of water. The majority of dive sites are less than ten minutes from shore by boat. Currents and depth make Saba less suited to beginning divers, although there are several shallow diving and snorkeling sites near shore. Experienced divers will enjoy exceptional visibility and abundant marine life - thanks largely to the Saba Marine Park, and to an aggressive environmental protection policy. For more information about Saba diving by live-aboard, click onto the Explorer Ventures home page below.
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