La Gonâve is in the middle of Haiti’s bay with a vertical wall of more than 100 feet (30 meters). This dive site has something to offer for every diver with it’s beautiful coral, marine life, and massive sponges at all depths.
Anse a Pirogue is a dive site for beginner to intermediate divers with an average depth of 60 feet (18 meters). This site is characterized by it’s patch reef of coral, intricately shaped sponges, and marine life.
Marina Blue wreck dives on the Tina-D, PT boat or Parking Lot are perfect for advanced divers. They are both at depths greater than 80 feet (24 meters) on a sandy bottom. Both wrecks have great recruitment of sponges and coral making these boats a great artificial reef for marine life and schools of fish.
Ilets des Arcadins is a shallow dive through mazes of coral structures off of the shores of the small island chain. This dive is great for open water divers and fun for everyone!
One of the main dive sites in the Haitian waters is Amani. Amani is near St. Marc and it is here that divers will find the world famous Zombie Hole. This is a hole that extends to a depth of 137 m (450 feet). The most thrilling part of the dive into the depths of the Zombie Hole is the amazing Elephant Ear Sponge. What makes this sponge so special? It is known to be the largest sponge in the world.