The reef system here in St Kitts is so extensive that there are many sites that have yet to be named. Brimstone Shallows for instance is a good example as it contains not only "The Rock" but many other individual dive sites. The same site may have different names, similar names or simply no name at all, this is probably a reflection on the fact that the diving here is less developed than on many other Caribbean islands. This of course means that many dive sites in St Kitts are in pristine condition and offer better diving than some of the more widely known sites in the Caribbean.
It is here that we find the Caribbean Grey Reef Shark, along with schools of Horse eye Jacks and large shoals of Creole Wrasse. Gently sloping walls with deep water on both sides mean an abundance of marine life.
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