Diving & Fishing

St. Kitts offers exceptional fishing and diving for the novice as well as the veteran diver. There are wrecks, reefs, walls and caves which provide excellent underwater exploration, but also create unique aggregation sites for game fish. In St. Kitts the water is deepest close to shore, so you won’t have to go far. Experienced charters services and excursions are available through your hotel. All the necessary gear can be rented at any of the dive shops on island.
NB: There is no decompression chamber available.

Fishing Sites

  • Sands Bank

    Sand Bank Bay, also known as Gong's Beach, is a well-protected cove on the Atlantic side of the island. The waters here are calmer than most other Atlantic beaches. Gong offers chairs and umbrellas for rent as well as beer, cocktails, soda and water.

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  • Dieppe Bay Coastline

    This small palm-lined, black sand beach is protected by a major reef, making it ideal for bathing. As a home to a variety of marine life, the reef also makes for excellent snorkeling. You’ll find the tanning process enhanced by the shiny volcanic sand that draws so many visitors.

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  • Monkey Reef - South of Shitten Bay

    The Monkey Shoals is an atoll of coral about 1 mile, located directly between the sister islands of St Kitts and Nevis. This reef structure lies approximately three miles offshore, which allows for excellent visibility and increased fish life.

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