Underwater Images From Bequia

Bequia, a small island in the Grenadines, is a fantastic destination for scuba diving and snorkeling enthusiasts. The island is surrounded by crystal-clear waters with vibrant marine life, colorful coral reefs, and shipwrecks home to various aquatic creatures. Whether you’re a seasoned diver or a beginner, there are dive sites perfect for you along the coast.

One of Bequia’s most popular dive sites is the Moonhole, a natural arch that forms a unique underwater tunnel. The tunnel is home to a variety of colorful fish, including barracudas, trumpet fish, and angelfish. Divers can swim through the arch and explore the surrounding coral reefs, home to many marine creatures, from turtles to octopuses.


Another must-visit dive site in Bequia is the wreck of the “St. Michael,” a 200-foot cargo ship that was intentionally sunk in the 1990s to create an artificial reef. Today, the shipwreck is a popular dive site home to various marine creatures, including moray eels, lobsters, and schools of fish. Divers can explore the ship’s hull, swim through the cargo holds, and discover the many nooks and crannies where marine life likes to hide. With its diverse range of dive sites and abundance of marine life, Bequia is a dream destination for scuba diving enthusiasts.


Thanks to the dive team at Dive Bequia.

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