Bird Rock Beach Hotel is a scuba diving resort in Basseterre in St. Kitts in the Caribbean Sea. They have 46 accommodations. The resort suites and rooms are in 7 2-story buildings and all with ocean views. The 2nd floor units each have a private balcony. Furthermore, all rooms have Cable TV, air conditioning, ceiling fans, and 110v & 220v outlets. So, after a day of diving, you can take a bath or shower in your private bathroom. The Bird Rock Beach Hotel also offers free WiFi. Enjoy our article on The Cuttlefish; The Undisputed Master of Camouflage.
Dive St. Kitts is the onsite scuba diving center. They have a 32ft long mono hull fast boat that can reach most local dive sites within 10 minutes. The boat is based in a private harbor and has showers and stowage lockers onsite too. Their 5-day dive packages offer daily 2-tank morning dives and at least 1 night dive. From Bird Rock Beach Hotel, they even pick up divers from the cruise port and all the hotels in Frigate Bay. The house reef is full of life from octopus, turtles, and occasional sea horses. You can either do this dive from shore or go farther out by boat. Some other popular dive sites include Bloody Bay, Paradise Reef, White House Bay, MV Talata, Corinthian, and the River Taw. Nags Head is a wonderful drift dive. The Caves off Nevis Island is worth the excursion.
What you will see is remnants from 400 years of war such as cannon balls, musket balls and coral encrusted anchors. So, there are also wrecks within the last 100 years, coral gardens, and pelagic fish freeways. January-March humpback whales visit here and March-May 6ft long female leatherback turtles come to shore and nest.
Sunburst Restaurant at Bird Rock Beach Hotel offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. From European to American and even West Indian influences, you will not leave hungry. Moreover, the hotel has all inclusive packages as well as other meal plan arrangements. Rocky's Beach Bar & Grill is the place to go from the pool, private beach, or after a day full of diving and snorkeling. Besides sitting at the pool bar, or lounge chairs, or on the black, white, or golden sand beaches. You can visit the tour desk near the front desk and discover deep sea fishing or shopping in Basseterre. Above all, you have to visit the 38 acre Brimstone Fortress. Finally, prepare to take plenty of pictures of Vervet monkeys that French soldiers left here some 200 years ago, and have adapted to the laid back life style remarkably well.