The reef is in great condition. Very few lion fish.
We saw sharks,turtles and Juvenal fish as well.
Went to three wrecks too.
The Blue Hole is something you need to do at least once. With a combination of cold and warm water. Looks a bit spider webs of algae.
This is how it was explained "
Back Side Of The Blue Hole
This dive is at our regular ocean blue hole dive site, also known as King Kong's Blue Hole, though we start at the opposite side. As we swim into the valley, you will actually see a river of water, underwater! What is happening is the blue hole will be pumping out cold water, about 72 degrees, from underneath the island. The surrounding sea water is 84 degrees. The cold water is dark green compared to the light blue ocean water. This cold water is also denser which causes it to sink and run out one of the old stream beds. We will swim up this stream bed and into the blue hole where you will then see white algae that hangs in suspension like giant cob webs. This mixing zone creates an unforgettable visual experience. You will not see anything else like this on earth!"
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