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Cabrits (Easy)

The Cabrits dive site is in fact several sites. Cabrits South and West are both beautiful reefs dropping off sharply to a sandy bottom at 155 and 110 ft respectively, and a third site further to the south drops off to below 185 ft. These sites often have currents and offer spectacular drift dives over barrel sponges and schools of Creole fish.  

Champagne Reef (Easy)
The dive itself usually consists of a circuit around Champagne reef, followed by a safety stop exploring the hot springs and bubbles. This is a dive for all levels; calm water and light to no currents. It is not unusual to find seahorses and frogfish...
Condo (Moderate)

Located on the Atlantic side, The Condo is a huge chunk of rock, sitting in 60 feet of water on a sandy, sloping bottom. Swim-throughs, overhangs and recesses are unique features of this site.

Coral Gardens and Batali Pinnacle (Moderate)
Coral Gardens and Batali Pinnacle provide two of the most sheltered dive sites nestled in Batali bay. Starting off shallow (20-30 ft), there are rocks covered in corals and sponges, and long lure frogfish of various sizes and colors, including pink, ...
Coral Gardens North (Dangleben's North) (Moderate)
Located just south of Pt Guignard, this site is part of a large reef system made up of Dangleben's Pinnacles, Coral Gardens South and even L'Abym North. This site can have some strong currents but also can be extremely easy. Starting in about 40 ft o...
Cottage Point (Moderate)
One of Dominica's wreck sites can be found at Cottage Point. The remains of an 18th century wreck lie in 15 to 35 ft of water. Links of chain have survived over hundreds of years and lie scattered over the area. From there, move over to the pinnac...
Crater’s  Edge (Difficult)
Continuing northwest from Scott's Head Pinnacle there is a volcanic ridge that leads out to Crater's Edge. This site is guaranteed to please. There are masses of black jack, bar jacks, rainbow runners, tuna, yellowtail snapper and cero, all pursuing ...
Dangleben’s  Pinnacles (Moderate)
This series of 5 pinnacles varies greatly in shape and depth, but none shallower than 35 ft, and most can be circumnavigated at 80 ft. These pinnacles create a fantastic maze of dramatic topography that is home to schools of jacks, creole wrasse, yel...
Douglas Point (Moderate)
Douglas Point offers more than one dive site. At the southern end is a wonderful canyon and tunnel covered in corals and sponges. The western end goes to 100 ft and is an area where flamingo tongue snails are bountiful. Douglas Point wall, a third si...
Five Finger Rock (Difficult)

This dive site is in the Cabrits Marine Park, not far offshore from the Cabrits Peninsula. You will see plenty of squirrelfish, flounders, tobacco fish, and angelfish.

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