Underwater Herm is equally if not more spectacular than that above sea level!
Although not as famous a diving destination as some of the equatorial or tropical waters, Herm has fantastic diving opportunities, particularly on the northern coastline. The Channel Islands were a haven for smugglers in the 18th century, and are home to many shipwrecks just waiting to be explored. On Herm, the most notorious of these is the SS Forth, sunk in 1906 en route to St Malo. Attracting many divers each year, it is a great opportunity to have a rummage with your own two hands.
There is also scenic wall diving on offer, which finishes close to the Atlantic Grey Seal colony. Dolphins are also often seen in the waters surrounding these islands.