Saba National Marine Park, Fort Bay
Categories: Bodies of Water, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Dive in the protected and diversely inhabited waters of Saba National Marine Park, a 5 sq mi (13 sq km) designated diving zone, consisting of around 20 dive sites. Sharks, eels, and sea turtles among a vast array of colorful fish are regular visitors to these reefs which burst with life. The island had the foresight to protect these waters in 1987, giving them the chance to thrive. This being the case, you cannot dive unaccompanied here, but you'll find plenty of well established dive shops on the island to fulfill this need. Add Saba National Marine Park and other attractions to your Fort Bay trip itinerary using our Fort Bay trip itinerary maker.
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With about 20 dive sites to choose from, all within 10-30 minute boat ride from the harbour, you can't go wrong. There's something for everyone - three dives a day is very manageable for several days ... read more »
This marine park is wonderful, so many healthy fish and walls to explore! The pinnicles and needles are so fun, just watch your depth, I got caught up in the beauty of it all and was around 120 ft, be... read more »
Great diving on lee side. Inscludes unique deep pinnacles. A lot of turtles sharks acotpus and fish. Not many lion fish they told us the grouper and eels seem to be eating them. The hiking trails on i... read more »
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