Sub-Tropic Adventures offers the best value experiences on St Helena, both under and above water.
Established in 2000, we are a passionate and friendly team with a wealth of local knowledge and experience offering a range of PADI diving courses, tailor-made dive excursions and tours which goes beyond your expectations, leaving you with unforgettable memories. There is something for everyone; Experienced divers will enjoy the thrill of caves, Night Diving wrecks and seamounts. Beginners will love the amazing marine life that are seen in extraordinary numbers, including Devil Rays, Hawks Bill and Green Turtles, several wrecks and much more.
St Helena's Volcanic Coast-line presents a variety of dive sites including, Cave's, Archways, Sea Mounts and reef structures that host a diverse and abundance of marine life, including species that are endemic to the Island. During our peak diving season, December to June, water temperatures of 25 degrees C with an average visibility of 30-35m can be experienced.
Pelagic species, such as Wahoo, Yellow Fin Tuna, Darado can also be seen on a few Dive Site's
We offer diving course from Try DIve's, the initial PADI Open Water Diver course through to PADI Divemaster.
We pride ourselves in the high standards of service that we offer by delivering exceptional experience.
Learn to dive in one of the remotes Dive destinations. Become a certified diver or enhanced your diving experience by completing your course in a weeks stay on Island.
Encounters with Chilean Devil Ray,s Green & Hawk's Bill Turtles are common during the peak season. Divers have the opportunity of seeing mature Devils Rays in large numbers. Recently we have had the privileged of Whale Sharks joining on several dives.
St Helena Island offers great Night Diving and with the added bonus
Swim with giants. The whale shark is the largest fish in the sea measuring up to 15 metres in length. Every year between December and March whale sharks migrate to our waters. St Helena is one of a few places in the world where large fully mature male and female whales sharks gather in extraordinary numbers.