The Islands of Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe is an archipelago in the Caribbean that consists of 6 inhabited islands and many other, uninhabited ones, boasting untouched beaches, fantastic coral reefs, and abundant marine life for divers to explore.
The best months for diving are from December to April
From August until December, heavy rains will be present on the Guadeloupe, making diving less enjoyable and more dangerous, as currents tend to get stronger during this period.
Guadeloupe is home to many maritime species to discover while diving
The major attractions for divers in Guadeloupe are the many amazing reefs, rock formations and the diverse marine life in these waters such as jellyfish, starfish, barracudas, crabs, eels and turtles. Whales and dolphins also make their way around the islands, and diving with them is a popular pastime here.