Anse Chastanet, St. Lucia
July 8-15th KSC week
November 18th-25th KSC week (Thanksgiving)
7 nights, all meals, 6 days of diving, paddle boarding, yoga, sunset cruise, jungle biking, culinary classes, chocolate tasting, kayaking and so much more.
Kids Sea Camp and Family Dive Adventures are proud to be partnering with two of the premier resorts in the Caribbean; Anse Chastanet and Jade Mountain. Both 5- star resorts are considered two of the best in the Caribbean and are known for some of the finest dining, service, accommodations and diving in the Caribbean. Not only can you dive, dine and rest, but there is also jungle biking, spa services and kayaking. You can even hike through an 18th century ruin of an old sugar plantation.
It’s an all-inclusive week that includes; Chocolate tasting, yoga, culinary classes, paddle boarding, 6-day dive package, unlimited shore diving, night dive, Sasy, Seal Team, Jr. Open Water & Advanced Open Water Certifications, Jungle biking, Sunset Cruise, all meals, all soft beverages, round trip airport transfers, 7 nights with your choice of hill or beach rooms.
Anse Chastanet offers 49 individually designed rooms, 37 of which are scattered about a lush hillside and 12 which are nestled within a tropical garden at beach level.
Diving: Scuba St. Lucia is a renowned National Geographic/PADI Five Star Dive resort and DAN (Divers Alert Network) Partners in Dive Safety facility. It is located in the heart of St. Lucia’s marine reserves at the south end of ANSE CHASTANET beach. Founded in 1981, Scuba St. Lucia has established itself as one of the best dive shops in the Caribbean. And the reefs in st. Lucia are some of most underrated diving destinations in the world.
Perfectly set up for both beach and boat dives, Scuba St. Lucia offers guests; gear storage, a well-equipped scuba store, three compressors, rental dive gear and an underwater photo and video center. Scuba St. Lucia offers great diving and
comprehensive facilities for divers of all levels.
All dives offered by Scuba St. Lucia are guided by an instructor or dive master to maximize diver safety and enjoyment. The marine reserve policy is to “look but don’t touch”. Even empty shells should be left on the seabed, and great care taken not to touch or kick the corals so that the reef can be preserved for future generations of divers to enjoy.
The Staff: Scuba St. Lucia (5-star PADI dive shop) has a talented and friendly multinational staff. Scuba St. Lucia’s local dive leaders are true professionals who have logged thousands of dive hours in the marine reserve and will show you the fantastic sights on the reefs.
Boats: Scuba St. Lucia operates with three dive boats: Miss Ina, Miss Bertha and Jenny-Marie. The dive boats are all equipped with fresh drinking water, full safety equipment, first aid kits and a DAN oxygen unit.