I spent a few days scuba diving in St. Vincent with the wonderful team at Dive St. Vincent. The marine ecosystem is quite healthy and abundant with life. It’s easy to understand why St. Vincent has earned the title of “Critter Capital of the Caribbean.”
The dive guides were amazing at spotting creatures like the frogfish gently sitting on the branching sponge in the photo above. All of the dive guides brilliantly identified critters in real-time with their underwater slates.
Taking photographs of the dive guides has made critter identification much easier, weeks after the dive trip.
There is always a bit of stress diving in a new place. Finding dive guides that have deep knowledge of dive sites, perform safe diving practices and available to help when problems arise is key! The team at Dive St. Vincent went above and beyond during my dives and I’m very thankful.
More images from St. Vincent can be found here.
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Wonderful captures from your diving trip 🙂
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