from 3 reviews
St. Vincent offers some of the best diving in the Caribbean, and has a variety of experiences to keep the most avid diver enthralled.
From stunning drift dives, to the prettiest of wall dives, to reefs teaming with a diversity of life second to none in the Caribbean, we even have a number of wreck sites for the more adventurous diver to explore. Our sites are unspoilt and uncrowded, and there really is something for everyone. The volcanic geography of the island means that the water is exceptionally clear for most of the year, and even when the visibility is bad, its good!
No matter your experience level, you will love the colours of our reefs and the abundance of life to be found in the waters around St. Vincent.
PADI Dive Center
1st November 2009 by MGDeLozier
Visit Date: October 2009
Everything about Indigo Dive is first class. First, the diving is among the very best in the world; great visibility, beautiful soft corals, huge number of unusual fish and critters, great photo possibilities. Then add the knowledge and helpfulness of the dive staff, their interest in insuring their divers are happy, the concierge service, and and you will have an unforgettable diving experience. My husband and I have been diving over 30 years and a week with Indigo was the best!
18th May 2009 by Pythos
Falling in love again
Visit Date: May 2009
I was introduced to scuba diving in late 1995 and immediately fell in love. I’ve done about 1,000 dives since then. Although I have been diving in other parts of the world, most of my dives have been in the Caribbean, with 28 different dive shops on 17 different Caribbean islands plus Mexico, Belize and Costa Rica.
Yesterday, I went diving in St. Vincent & The Grenadines with Kay Wilson at Indigo Dive. This is not the first time I went out with Kay. I was one of her first customers when she opened up shop in 2004. What a treat it was to dive with her again after more than a year.
She runs a first class operation (in my opinion, the best in St. Vincent) and goes out of her way to provide an optimum experience for all her divers. Her love of diving is plain to see and her enthusiasm infects her customers.
Her young enthusiastic team, Dive Instructor Dale and Dive Masters Andrew and Luke really enjoy diving and shared their pleasure of discovering new sites and wonders with their guests. I fell in love with diving all over again.
Kay’s also become one of the best underwater photographers I’ve ever met and her photos are a real pleasure to look at. Because she is such a great photographer, she can help other shutterbugs find and frame their own great shots.
There are so many great dive sites on the leeward coast of St. Vincent that it is hard to name my favorites. That said, I highly recommend Petit Byahaut, Kingstown Wall, where Kay found an unexploded World War Two ordinance, and Layou Wall. Wherever you go with Kay, you’ll have one of your best dive trips ever.
St. Vincent has better diving than most of the more known and more visited islands and Kay’s operation is more personal, friendly and professional than the cattle boat operations that dominate these big name dive destinations.
So, when you organize your next Caribbean dive trip, plan on a trip to St. Vincent and dive with Indigo Dive. You will end up with a unique experience that will give you bragging rights your dive buddies will be jealous of missing when they choose to go the more travelled path.
6th March 2009 by sportdiver15
Tailor made at Indigo Dive
Visit Date: January 2009
You have give credit to Kay Wilson and her Dive Staff credit for a good time all around not just the diving (my pics speak for themselves) but assistance in booking , preparing, and apres diving activities. All you have to do is ask. Kay has the corrospondance skills and travel experience to accomidate just about whatever your dive/ non dive activites are.If youre not happy neither is she. I will return again because of so many more dive sites to visit. Bat Cave is a must to repeat.Kays well known dive photography skills are a gift and her comments made my macro skills that much more better. Diving in St. Vincent is a must do!