Diving on St. Barth

15 October 2015

‘People believe diving is very hard but in fact it’s easy and peasy’

St. Barth is an ideal place to scuba dive. Four shipwrecks and a protected marina ensure that there is plenty to explore for divers of all abilities. There’s a wide variety of underwater life to discover, including pretty little angelfish and parrotfish, stingrays, turtles, barracudas and even the occasional whale.

Turtle diving on St. Barth

Bertrand ‘Birdy’ Caizergues has run diving tours of the waters around St Barth’s with his company - St. Barth Plongée - for over twenty years. Over the course of 6,000 dives he’s become an expert on a part of St. Barth that few get to experience: the world that exists just below sea level.

We can arrange personal lessons, equipment hire and even underwater weddings, should you feel like making one of the most important days of your lives truly unique.

Bertrand 'Birdy' Caizergues diving on St. Barth