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 Saint Marc Beach

Haiti

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Latitude: 19° 5.389' N
Longitude: 72° 44.303' W

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English (Translate this text in English): For the "Newbees": From Port-au-Prince, drive 50 miles heading north-west via Highway 1 (Rue Nationale) to St. Marc. Turn left on St. Marc and drive 1.15 miles on the dirt road overlooking the ocean and beach below. Park near the cliff and walk down to the beach toward the palm trees, rockwall and straw umbrellas (looks like a rest area). For the "Veterans": Walk on the sandy beach toward the deep blue ocean. It's right in front of you! The wreckage of the "Mary Celeste" (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (or 5.5 miles from the closest shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. Don't expect to see fish everywhere, overfishing is a problem in Haiti. From Cap Haitien's airport: Drive 100 miles south-west via Highway 1 to St. Marc and 1 mile west on the dirt road to Amani beach.

English (Translate this text in English): For the "Newbees": From Port-au-Prince, drive 50 miles heading north-west via Highway 1 (Rue Nationale) to St. Marc. Turn left on St. Marc and drive 1.15 miles on the dirt road overlooking the ocean and beach below. Park near the cliff and walk down to the beach toward the palm trees, rockwall and straw umbrellas (looks like a rest area). For the "Veterans": Walk on the sandy beach toward the deep blue ocean. It's right in front of you! The wreckage of the "Mary Celeste" (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (or 5.5 miles from the closest shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. Don't expect to see fish everywhere, overfishing is a problem in Haiti. From Cap Haitien's airport: Drive 100 miles south-west via Highway 1 to St. Marc and 1 mile west on the dirt road to Amani beach.

For the "Newbees": From Port-au-Prince, drive 50 miles heading north-west via Highway 1 (Rue Nationale) to St. Marc. Turn left on St. Marc and drive 1.15 miles on the dirt road overlooking the ocean and beach below. Park near the cliff and walk down to the beach toward the palm trees, rockwall and straw umbrellas (looks like a rest area). For the "Veterans": Walk on the sandy beach toward the deep blue ocean. It's right in front of you! The wreckage of the "Mary Celeste" (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (or 5.5 miles from the closest shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. Don't expect to see fish everywhere, overfishing is a problem in Haiti. From Cap Haitien's airport: Drive 100 miles south-west via Highway 1 to St. Marc and 1 mile west on the dirt road to Amani beach.

English (Translate this text in English): For the "Newbees": From Port-au-Prince, drive 50 miles heading north-west via Highway 1 (Rue Nationale) to St. Marc. Turn left on St. Marc and drive 1.15 miles on the dirt road overlooking the ocean and beach below. Park near the cliff and walk down to the beach toward the palm trees, rockwall and straw umbrellas (looks like a rest area). For the "Veterans": Walk on the sandy beach toward the deep blue ocean. It's right in front of you! The wreckage of the "Mary Celeste" (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (or 5.5 miles from the closest shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. Don't expect to see fish everywhere, overfishing is a problem in Haiti. From Cap Haitien's airport: Drive 100 miles south-west via Highway 1 to St. Marc and 1 mile west on the dirt road to Amani beach.

English (Translate this text in English): For the "Newbees": From Port-au-Prince, drive 50 miles heading north-west via Highway 1 (Rue Nationale) to St. Marc. Turn left on St. Marc and drive 1.15 miles on the dirt road overlooking the ocean and beach below. Park near the cliff and walk down to the beach toward the palm trees, rockwall and straw umbrellas (looks like a rest area). For the "Veterans": Walk on the sandy beach toward the deep blue ocean. It's right in front of you! The wreckage of the "Mary Celeste" (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (or 5.5 miles from the closest shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. Don't expect to see fish everywhere, overfishing is a problem in Haiti. From Cap Haitien's airport: Drive 100 miles south-west via Highway 1 to St. Marc and 1 mile west on the dirt road to Amani beach.

English (Translate this text in English): For the "Newbees": From Port-au-Prince, drive 50 miles heading north-west via Highway 1 (Rue Nationale) to St. Marc. Turn left on St. Marc and drive 1.15 miles on the dirt road overlooking the ocean and beach below. Park near the cliff and walk down to the beach toward the palm trees, rockwall and straw umbrellas (looks like a rest area). For the "Veterans": Walk on the sandy beach toward the deep blue ocean. It's right in front of you! The wreckage of the "Mary Celeste" (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (or 5.5 miles from the closest shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. Don't expect to see fish everywhere, overfishing is a problem in Haiti. From Cap Haitien's airport: Drive 100 miles south-west via Highway 1 to St. Marc and 1 mile west on the dirt road to Amani beach.

English (Translate this text in English): For the "Newbees": From Port-au-Prince, drive 50 miles heading north-west via Highway 1 (Rue Nationale) to St. Marc. Turn left on St. Marc and drive 1.15 miles on the dirt road overlooking the ocean and beach below. Park near the cliff and walk down to the beach toward the palm trees, rockwall and straw umbrellas (looks like a rest area). For the "Veterans": Walk on the sandy beach toward the deep blue ocean. It's right in front of you! The wreckage of the "Mary Celeste" (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (or 5.5 miles from the closest shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. Don't expect to see fish everywhere, overfishing is a problem in Haiti. From Cap Haitien's airport: Drive 100 miles south-west via Highway 1 to St. Marc and 1 mile west on the dirt road to Amani beach.

English (Translate this text in English): For the "Newbees": From Port-au-Prince, drive 50 miles heading north-west via Highway 1 (Rue Nationale) to St. Marc. Turn left on St. Marc and drive 1.15 miles on the dirt road overlooking the ocean and beach below. Park near the cliff and walk down to the beach toward the palm trees, rockwall and straw umbrellas (looks like a rest area). For the "Veterans": Walk on the sandy beach toward the deep blue ocean. It's right in front of you! The wreckage of the "Mary Celeste" (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (or 5.5 miles from the closest shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. Don't expect to see fish everywhere, overfishing is a problem in Haiti. From Cap Haitien's airport: Drive 100 miles south-west via Highway 1 to St. Marc and 1 mile west on the dirt road to Amani beach.

English (Translate this text in English): For the "Newbees": From Port-au-Prince, drive 50 miles heading north-west via Highway 1 (Rue Nationale) to St. Marc. Turn left on St. Marc and drive 1.15 miles on the dirt road overlooking the ocean and beach below. Park near the cliff and walk down to the beach toward the palm trees, rockwall and straw umbrellas (looks like a rest area). For the "Veterans": Walk on the sandy beach toward the deep blue ocean. It's right in front of you! The wreckage of the "Mary Celeste" (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (or 5.5 miles from the closest shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. Don't expect to see fish everywhere, overfishing is a problem in Haiti. From Cap Haitien's airport: Drive 100 miles south-west via Highway 1 to St. Marc and 1 mile west on the dirt road to Amani beach.

How? By boat & from shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Amani Beach, St. Marc, Haiti

Average depth 18 m / 59.1 ft

Max depth 200 m / 656.2 ft

Current Don't know

Visibility Excellent ( > 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience All divers

Bio interest Outstanding

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Dive type

- Wreck
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- Deep
- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- First dive
- Dive training
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Photography

Dangers

- Depth
- Boat trafic

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): You will love this place!!! Amani beach is a a beautiful pristine white sandy beach about one mile west of St. Marc. The wreckage of the Mary Celeste (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (5.5 miles from shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. There are no facilities (showers, restrooms, restaurants) at this location. You must travel to St. Marc (1 mile) a small fishing village and charcoal shipping port to get the very basic items. Plan for outdoor camping -- take everything you need including plenty of drinking water food & gasoline/diesel cans. It's deadly hot in the summer - temp. over 100F,(35C). The nearest hyperbaric (recompression) chamber is located at a naval station in the Dominican Republic. If you get the Bends, you are toast! Also, medical facilities are very limited outside Port-au-Prince. Check with your embassy before you travel to Haiti.

English (Translate this text in English): You will love this place!!! Amani beach is a a beautiful pristine white sandy beach about one mile west of St. Marc. The wreckage of the Mary Celeste (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (5.5 miles from shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. There are no facilities (showers, restrooms, restaurants) at this location. You must travel to St. Marc (1 mile) a small fishing village and charcoal shipping port to get the very basic items. Plan for outdoor camping -- take everything you need including plenty of drinking water food & gasoline/diesel cans. It's deadly hot in the summer - temp. over 100F,(35C). The nearest hyperbaric (recompression) chamber is located at a naval station in the Dominican Republic. If you get the Bends, you are toast! Also, medical facilities are very limited outside Port-au-Prince. Check with your embassy before you travel to Haiti.

You will love this place!!! Amani beach is a a beautiful pristine white sandy beach about one mile west of St. Marc. The wreckage of the Mary Celeste (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (5.5 miles from shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. There are no facilities (showers, restrooms, restaurants) at this location. You must travel to St. Marc (1 mile) a small fishing village and charcoal shipping port to get the very basic items. Plan for outdoor camping -- take everything you need including plenty of drinking water food & gasoline/diesel cans. It's deadly hot in the summer - temp. over 100F,(35C). The nearest hyperbaric (recompression) chamber is located at a naval station in the Dominican Republic. If you get the Bends, you are toast! Also, medical facilities are very limited outside Port-au-Prince. Check with your embassy before you travel to Haiti.

English (Translate this text in English): You will love this place!!! Amani beach is a a beautiful pristine white sandy beach about one mile west of St. Marc. The wreckage of the Mary Celeste (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (5.5 miles from shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. There are no facilities (showers, restrooms, restaurants) at this location. You must travel to St. Marc (1 mile) a small fishing village and charcoal shipping port to get the very basic items. Plan for outdoor camping -- take everything you need including plenty of drinking water food & gasoline/diesel cans. It's deadly hot in the summer - temp. over 100F,(35C). The nearest hyperbaric (recompression) chamber is located at a naval station in the Dominican Republic. If you get the Bends, you are toast! Also, medical facilities are very limited outside Port-au-Prince. Check with your embassy before you travel to Haiti.

English (Translate this text in English): You will love this place!!! Amani beach is a a beautiful pristine white sandy beach about one mile west of St. Marc. The wreckage of the Mary Celeste (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (5.5 miles from shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. There are no facilities (showers, restrooms, restaurants) at this location. You must travel to St. Marc (1 mile) a small fishing village and charcoal shipping port to get the very basic items. Plan for outdoor camping -- take everything you need including plenty of drinking water food & gasoline/diesel cans. It's deadly hot in the summer - temp. over 100F,(35C). The nearest hyperbaric (recompression) chamber is located at a naval station in the Dominican Republic. If you get the Bends, you are toast! Also, medical facilities are very limited outside Port-au-Prince. Check with your embassy before you travel to Haiti.

English (Translate this text in English): You will love this place!!! Amani beach is a a beautiful pristine white sandy beach about one mile west of St. Marc. The wreckage of the Mary Celeste (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (5.5 miles from shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. There are no facilities (showers, restrooms, restaurants) at this location. You must travel to St. Marc (1 mile) a small fishing village and charcoal shipping port to get the very basic items. Plan for outdoor camping -- take everything you need including plenty of drinking water food & gasoline/diesel cans. It's deadly hot in the summer - temp. over 100F,(35C). The nearest hyperbaric (recompression) chamber is located at a naval station in the Dominican Republic. If you get the Bends, you are toast! Also, medical facilities are very limited outside Port-au-Prince. Check with your embassy before you travel to Haiti.

English (Translate this text in English): You will love this place!!! Amani beach is a a beautiful pristine white sandy beach about one mile west of St. Marc. The wreckage of the Mary Celeste (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (5.5 miles from shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. There are no facilities (showers, restrooms, restaurants) at this location. You must travel to St. Marc (1 mile) a small fishing village and charcoal shipping port to get the very basic items. Plan for outdoor camping -- take everything you need including plenty of drinking water food & gasoline/diesel cans. It's deadly hot in the summer - temp. over 100F,(35C). The nearest hyperbaric (recompression) chamber is located at a naval station in the Dominican Republic. If you get the Bends, you are toast! Also, medical facilities are very limited outside Port-au-Prince. Check with your embassy before you travel to Haiti.

English (Translate this text in English): You will love this place!!! Amani beach is a a beautiful pristine white sandy beach about one mile west of St. Marc. The wreckage of the Mary Celeste (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (5.5 miles from shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. There are no facilities (showers, restrooms, restaurants) at this location. You must travel to St. Marc (1 mile) a small fishing village and charcoal shipping port to get the very basic items. Plan for outdoor camping -- take everything you need including plenty of drinking water food & gasoline/diesel cans. It's deadly hot in the summer - temp. over 100F,(35C). The nearest hyperbaric (recompression) chamber is located at a naval station in the Dominican Republic. If you get the Bends, you are toast! Also, medical facilities are very limited outside Port-au-Prince. Check with your embassy before you travel to Haiti.

English (Translate this text in English): You will love this place!!! Amani beach is a a beautiful pristine white sandy beach about one mile west of St. Marc. The wreckage of the Mary Celeste (sank Dec. 1884) is located 9.65 miles, 101.2 degrees west from the rockwall (5.5 miles from shore). Amani beach is also the site of the infamous "Zombie hole", 200 meters deep reef which features large "Elephant Ears" fan coral, sponge tubes, black coral, blue tang, sea orchins, and many more. There are no facilities (showers, restrooms, restaurants) at this location. You must travel to St. Marc (1 mile) a small fishing village and charcoal shipping port to get the very basic items. Plan for outdoor camping -- take everything you need including plenty of drinking water food & gasoline/diesel cans. It's deadly hot in the summer - temp. over 100F,(35C). The nearest hyperbaric (recompression) chamber is located at a naval station in the Dominican Republic. If you get the Bends, you are toast! Also, medical facilities are very limited outside Port-au-Prince. Check with your embassy before you travel to Haiti.

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