Diamond Rock, Le Diamant

4.3
#1 of 8 in Nature in Arrondissement of Le Marin
Giving off a reflection that resembles the precious mineral, Diamond Rock reaches 175 m high (574 ft) above the Caribbean Sea. The basalt rock, which forms a spectacular island rising up against the blue background, is uninhabited and can only be accessed by boat. You can scuba dive around the rock and discover a deep triangular cave secreting healthy sea fans and coral formations. Because the island remains difficult to access, it has acted as a sanctuary for animals that were once considered extinct. Plan your Diamond Rock visit and explore what else you can see and do in Le Diamant using our Le Diamant sightseeing planning site .
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  • On the rock boat trip, dive below to pass around the rocks bordering his foot. With DSC diamond Sub Club, O'Mullane down, after leaving the diamond to join the N5, unforgettable experience: turtles, various fish,.. .and if you're nice, Romuald makes you do the rock tour after diving.
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  • As usual to see and read all the descriptions on the various tables of indication (the different constructions created on these rock)
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  • Nothing like a nice tour by boat to approach to the close this huge rock. We discover birds tropicbird. We can see a few remains of the wars of the nineteenth century between the France and England who this last occupied the island and fortified...
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