Known as the “Critter Capital of the Caribbean,” St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a macro photographer’s dream. As such, the range of macro life is astounding. Divers can expect to encounter all types of shrimps and crabs, flatworms, nudibranchs, brittle stars, gobies, hamlets, blennies, batfish, frogfish, sea horses, cowries, angel fish, anemonies, butterflyfish, boxfish, basslets, damselfish, hawkfish, lizardfish, frog fish, eels and tilefish.
Divers interested in bigger marine life might also look for Hawksbill turtles, tarpon and reef sharks.
Whether you are interested in macro life or not, diving in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is sure to open your eyes to some of the weird and wonderful creatures of the Caribbean.
For better readability of the table, pass into the landscape mode.