The crystal-blue waters surrounding St. Lucia accommodate visitors with warm temperatures year-round and are ideal for the variety of water sports available. The warmest temperatures occur in early February, ranging between 79 and 82 degrees Fahrenheit. The coolest temperatures are in early August, running between 68 and 73 degrees. Top snorkeling spots suit a variety of diver skills from novice to expert levels and provide unparalleled views of the island’s underwater marvels. Capture up-close views of sea life or explore the magnificent coral reefs, many of which are just a few feet from the shore. Anse Des Pitons, Anse Chastanet Reef, Virgin’s Cove, and Devil’s Hole are popular snorkeling sites.
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