Best Diving Sites
Piedra de las Ariguas Depth: 27 meters
Description: The site's main characteristic is a wall with a small cave inhabited by yellowfin groupers (Mycteroperca venenosa) and smaller coral fish.
La Pared Depth: 17 meters
Description: An impressive seascape featuring a wall that drops abruptly from 17 meters down to unknown depths. There is an abundance of black coral and hammerhead sharks (sphyrna sp.) are frequent visitors.
La Cueva Depth: 7 meters
Description: There is a peculiar formation that develops from the base of a high terrace that falls straight into the sea. Diving is therefore practiced in terra firma inside a cave 17 meters long, 3 meters wide and 7 meters deep. It is the dwelling of abundant juvenile coralino fish and lobster.
Conch Reef Depth: 15 meters
Description: The most outstanding characteristic of this area is a coral barrier teeming with fish, plentiful populations of queen conchs (strombus gigas) and excellent visibility.
The Maze Depth: 25 meters
Description: Long passages formed by coral barriers of extraordinary beauty, the thruway of jacks, snappers, black groupers and barracudas.
Mandinga Reef Depth: 35 meters
Description: The bottom emerges from a depth of 35 meters. There is an enormous variety of fish of all sizes.
Open Water Depth: 16 meters
Description: There are coral outcroppings, of attractive shapes and abounding in large gorgonians and fans and populated by a wide variety of coral fish species.
Guarico Depth: 15 meters
Description: A shipwreck lying on a sandy bottom, its hull harboring numerous fish that roam the remains. Specially attractive are the large black groupers (Mycteroperca bonaci) hand-fed by the divers.
La Pared Depth: 35 meters
Description: The site is identified by a wall that drops abruptly into the deep. A privileged spot because of its abundant submarine life.
Spring Carol Depth: 25 meters
Description: Foundered vessel, practically intact, very attractive since it is the home of large black groupers, parrot fish and many other coral fish species.
Ferry Depth: 35 meters
Description: The resting place of a more than 100-foot-long merchant ship. You can swim into the hold and over the bridge and take a close look at the impressive jewfish (Epinepbelus itaiara).
Morrillo Chico Depth: 18 meters
Description: The zone is a veritable underwater paradise, because of its exuberant, varied and colorful submarine life, and the limpid transparency of its waters.