Gros Morne

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Gros Morne

Gros Morne

In Creole, the word “morne” means hill and that’s exactly what Gros Morne dive site looks like—a large partly submerged hill whose base is just at 20 meters. Its uniqueness comes from the tunnel, or should we say passageway, that goes right through it. This is a great opportunity to swim through a passage bathed in light illuminating the amazing abundance of flora and fauna found there.

In Creole, the word “morne” means hill and that’s exactly what Gros Morne dive site looks like—a large partly submerged hill whose base is just at 20 meters. Its uniqueness comes from the tunnel, or should we say passageway, that goes right through it. This is a great opportunity to swim through a passage bathed in light illuminating the amazing abundance of flora and fauna found there.

In Creole, the word “morne” means hill and that’s exactly what Gros Morne dive ...

Other information

Type of dive site
  • Arch
  • Channel
Depth
  • Maximum 20
Visibility
Amongst the highest in Deshaies
Required scuba diving level / certification
Introductory dive and up
Flora
  • Coral flora

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