Step into the waters leaving the swaying palm fringed beaches behind as there is an abundance of diving to be explored during your time in Martinique.
The legendary Rocher du Diamant (Diamond Rock) is found to the south of the island and is by far the most popular dive to be had. There are mysterious formations to explore, from thrilling caves to impressive arches.
Another excellent dive site is Anses d’Arlet (Arlet’s Coves). The warm, shallow water is teeming with marine life, and underwater photographers will be blown away by the variety of colors and textures. The coves truly seem to be straight out of a fairy tale.
Diving is in the tropical locale of Martinique is available year-round. For optimal visibility, the best time to plan a diving trip to Martinique is between the months of December and May although the water temperature averages 79-82°F all year long.
Find local PADI dive shops and explore the top dive sites with our map.
Flying into the island is a breezy way to make your entrance, but you have other options as well. Ferries run between many of the Caribbean islands, making island hopping a popular and exciting way to get around.