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You go out to the point and depending on the current will drift either side. Or you can do this dive from the walls either side and go out towards the point. Look out for the Sargassum trigger fish here as they are pretty blue and not anywhere else on the island of Roatan so thats a great find. This site attracts more pelagic s like baracuda and jacks...
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Not so much a dive site but a phenomenon where you can swim with rays and nurse sharks in 8ft of water. Its south of Hol-Chan Marine reserve in zone D.
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Diving The Belize Barrier Reef, Eagle Ray Canyon
Known for Eagle Rays.
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Hol Chan Cut Divesite
Cover Image- Another great site, this is a cut that allows passage through the Belize barrier reef to the open sea. Starting at 8ft and sloping down to a maximum of 25ft, this is an underwater wonderland with literally thousands of fish, including huge groupers and the biggest snappers you have ever seen.
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Hol-Chan Marine Reserve 5 square miles of protected habitat, makes for some great diving. One of our favorites is Pillar Coral, a 60ft dive with some wonderful Pillar coral formations, great for photography as during this dive there are resident grouper and Snappers that will follow you throughout the dive. It's easy to position them around the Pillar corals giving the opportunity for some great pictures. ...
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CYPRUS GARDENS South Ambergris Caye
This is an excellent site for all types of coral species, such as huge Pillar Corals, Elkhorn, Stag horn corals and very abundant with small reef fish and critters. Located in 50ft of water, this has long been one of my favourite sites for the sheer quality of the coral formations and the superb Macro photo opportunities. This site focuses on smaller marine life associated with coral reef and...
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Scuba at M&M Dive Site, San Pedro, Belize
Located north of San Pedro town lies M & M Caverns one of Ambergris Caye's best cavern dives. The underwater topography is deep spur and groove formations formed by the wave action over thousands of years. It is literally riddled with swim through and tunnels.
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Love Tunnels - thanks to
This site is located north of San Pedro and the site got its name as a couple got married in the mouth of this huge tunnel. At a depth of 60ft we swim through the tunnel that comes out on the edge of the drop off at approx. 90ft, due to the unseen approach we have spotted many large pelagic cruising the drop-off, as we exit the tunnel. ...
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