Jean-Michel Cousteau Diving arrives at Petit St Vincent

Caribbean underwater tourism with a focus on preserving marine ecosystems

An underwater experience with Jean-Michel Cousteau Diving, Petit St Vincent
An underwater experience with Jean-Michel Cousteau Diving, Petit St Vincent | Image: Richard Murphy PhD, Ocean Futures Society

In the much-travelled Caribbean, the pioneers aren’t uncovering new territory but preserving critical ecosystems, which is why the arrival of environmentally oriented Jean‑Michel Cousteau Diving (www.jeanmichelcousteaudiving-caribbean.com) on the private-island resort of Petit St Vincent (www.petitstvincent.com; cottages from $1,100) in St Vincent and the Grenadines is so appealing. Run by the son of Jacques Cousteau, it features on-staff marine biologists and naturalists and offers children’s “bubble-maker” courses, certification, refresher programmes and night dives.

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