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 Ginger Steps

British Virgin

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Datum: WGS84 [ Ayuda ]
Precisión: Aproximadamente

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Latitud: 18° 23.066' N
Longitud: 64° 28.827' W

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English (Traducir este texto en Español): By boat only. Site is in the sheltered crook of the island on the south west of Ginger Island, on the eastern side of the bay. Approximately 30 minutes by boat from Road Town, or 20 minutes from East End.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): By boat only. Site is in the sheltered crook of the island on the south west of Ginger Island, on the eastern side of the bay. Approximately 30 minutes by boat from Road Town, or 20 minutes from East End.

By boat only. Site is in the sheltered crook of the island on the south west of Ginger Island, on the eastern side of the bay. Approximately 30 minutes by boat from Road Town, or 20 minutes from East End.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): By boat only. Site is in the sheltered crook of the island on the south west of Ginger Island, on the eastern side of the bay. Approximately 30 minutes by boat from Road Town, or 20 minutes from East End.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): By boat only. Site is in the sheltered crook of the island on the south west of Ginger Island, on the eastern side of the bay. Approximately 30 minutes by boat from Road Town, or 20 minutes from East End.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): By boat only. Site is in the sheltered crook of the island on the south west of Ginger Island, on the eastern side of the bay. Approximately 30 minutes by boat from Road Town, or 20 minutes from East End.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): By boat only. Site is in the sheltered crook of the island on the south west of Ginger Island, on the eastern side of the bay. Approximately 30 minutes by boat from Road Town, or 20 minutes from East End.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): By boat only. Site is in the sheltered crook of the island on the south west of Ginger Island, on the eastern side of the bay. Approximately 30 minutes by boat from Road Town, or 20 minutes from East End.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): By boat only. Site is in the sheltered crook of the island on the south west of Ginger Island, on the eastern side of the bay. Approximately 30 minutes by boat from Road Town, or 20 minutes from East End.

¿Como? En barco

Distancia Buen trecho en barco (< 30min)

¿Fácil de encontrar? Fácil de encontrar

 Características del sitio de buceo

Nombre alternativo Ginger Steppes

Profundidad media 16.8 m / 55.1 ft

Profundidad máxima 28 m / 91.9 ft

Corriente Ninguna corriente

Visibilidad Buena ( 10 - 30 m)

Calidad

Calidad del sitio Estupendo

Experiencia CMAS * / OW

Bio interés Excepcional

Más detalles

Multitud entre semana 

Multitud en fin/semana 

Tipo de buceo

- Muro
- Grandes peces
- Arrecife

Actividades del sitio de buceo

Peligros

 Información adicional

English (Traducir este texto en Español): One of the best reef dives in the British Virgin Islands. Ginger Steps combines two unusual features. The deeper portion of the dive tumbles down in three distinct ledges (the "steps" which give the site its name) to the deep water bottom at about 92 feet. Facing out to the deep water, there is always an excellent chance of seeing deepwater pelagic fish.

At the top, the reef contains two large arenas of sand, surround by coral with ledges and ridges. Stingray and shellfish can often be found in the sand, whilst lobster, octopus and moray eels frequently can be found around the edges.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): One of the best reef dives in the British Virgin Islands. Ginger Steps combines two unusual features. The deeper portion of the dive tumbles down in three distinct ledges (the "steps" which give the site its name) to the deep water bottom at about 92 feet. Facing out to the deep water, there is always an excellent chance of seeing deepwater pelagic fish.

At the top, the reef contains two large arenas of sand, surround by coral with ledges and ridges. Stingray and shellfish can often be found in the sand, whilst lobster, octopus and moray eels frequently can be found around the edges.

One of the best reef dives in the British Virgin Islands. Ginger Steps combines two unusual features. The deeper portion of the dive tumbles down in three distinct ledges (the "steps" which give the site its name) to the deep water bottom at about 92 feet. Facing out to the deep water, there is always an excellent chance of seeing deepwater pelagic fish.

At the top, the reef contains two large arenas of sand, surround by coral with ledges and ridges. Stingray and shellfish can often be found in the sand, whilst lobster, octopus and moray eels frequently can be found around the edges.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): One of the best reef dives in the British Virgin Islands. Ginger Steps combines two unusual features. The deeper portion of the dive tumbles down in three distinct ledges (the "steps" which give the site its name) to the deep water bottom at about 92 feet. Facing out to the deep water, there is always an excellent chance of seeing deepwater pelagic fish.

At the top, the reef contains two large arenas of sand, surround by coral with ledges and ridges. Stingray and shellfish can often be found in the sand, whilst lobster, octopus and moray eels frequently can be found around the edges.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): One of the best reef dives in the British Virgin Islands. Ginger Steps combines two unusual features. The deeper portion of the dive tumbles down in three distinct ledges (the "steps" which give the site its name) to the deep water bottom at about 92 feet. Facing out to the deep water, there is always an excellent chance of seeing deepwater pelagic fish.

At the top, the reef contains two large arenas of sand, surround by coral with ledges and ridges. Stingray and shellfish can often be found in the sand, whilst lobster, octopus and moray eels frequently can be found around the edges.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): One of the best reef dives in the British Virgin Islands. Ginger Steps combines two unusual features. The deeper portion of the dive tumbles down in three distinct ledges (the "steps" which give the site its name) to the deep water bottom at about 92 feet. Facing out to the deep water, there is always an excellent chance of seeing deepwater pelagic fish.

At the top, the reef contains two large arenas of sand, surround by coral with ledges and ridges. Stingray and shellfish can often be found in the sand, whilst lobster, octopus and moray eels frequently can be found around the edges.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): One of the best reef dives in the British Virgin Islands. Ginger Steps combines two unusual features. The deeper portion of the dive tumbles down in three distinct ledges (the "steps" which give the site its name) to the deep water bottom at about 92 feet. Facing out to the deep water, there is always an excellent chance of seeing deepwater pelagic fish.

At the top, the reef contains two large arenas of sand, surround by coral with ledges and ridges. Stingray and shellfish can often be found in the sand, whilst lobster, octopus and moray eels frequently can be found around the edges.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): One of the best reef dives in the British Virgin Islands. Ginger Steps combines two unusual features. The deeper portion of the dive tumbles down in three distinct ledges (the "steps" which give the site its name) to the deep water bottom at about 92 feet. Facing out to the deep water, there is always an excellent chance of seeing deepwater pelagic fish.

At the top, the reef contains two large arenas of sand, surround by coral with ledges and ridges. Stingray and shellfish can often be found in the sand, whilst lobster, octopus and moray eels frequently can be found around the edges.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): One of the best reef dives in the British Virgin Islands. Ginger Steps combines two unusual features. The deeper portion of the dive tumbles down in three distinct ledges (the "steps" which give the site its name) to the deep water bottom at about 92 feet. Facing out to the deep water, there is always an excellent chance of seeing deepwater pelagic fish.

At the top, the reef contains two large arenas of sand, surround by coral with ledges and ridges. Stingray and shellfish can often be found in the sand, whilst lobster, octopus and moray eels frequently can be found around the edges.

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