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Coral Gardens

This reef is a great shallow dive. Beautiful coraI formations and white, sandy crevices provide habitats for a large variety of fish and invertebrates. Corals of all shapes, sizes and colors dot the reef, making the site a great place for underwater photography . Clams, anemones and various crustaceans can Read more…

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Crevice

The Crevice is a deep canyon off Orote Point, at the mouth of which lies a large boulder which was once part of the cliffline Both walls of the crevice hold numerous sea fans and whips. Large pelagic fish can be seen swimming through the crevice in search of food. Read more…

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Fish Eye

This reef is a great place to explore by snorkel or scuba. The “Bomb Holes” are natural reef formations which appear to have been created by bombs. The depressions in the inner reef are home to thousands of fish and corals. The Fisheye Marine Observatory is built in the middle Read more…

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Nathan’s Dent

This dive features sand flats, small caves and coral islands. It’s a great place to see scorpionfish, rays, sharks and lionfish. The Dent itself is pitted with small crevices which hide everything from tiny scorpionfish to sharks. The reef flats above the cut are covered with some of the most Read more…

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Pete’s Reef

Pete’s Reef is an easy dive characterized by reef flats rising out of sand pits. There are several sand channels flanked by interesting short walls which are covered with marine life. Several large anemones dot the reef and are home to brightly-colored clownfish. Look carefully and you will see popcorn Read more…