Caribbean Islands, Bahamas
Dean’s Blue Hole is the biggest saltwater blue hole in the world at an astonishing 202 metres deep. Its beauty will overwhelm anyone diving this blue hole.
So what exactly is a blue hole? A blue hole is an underwater sinkhole, which is circular in shape and goes to great depths causing a dark blue contrast next to the shallow waters around it.
Dean’s Blue Hole is popular with divers as its turquoise clear water allows for great visibility of up to 30 metres and, unlike in other areas, the waters are extremely calm. There is also wide variety of sea life closer to the surface, including turtles, dolphins, snapper and sharks. It is also considered a free diver’s mecca and many a world record has been set here.
This blue hole is like an adults playground as divers can explore different passageways, caves and caverns. For those very experienced divers they can venture down to the caves covered in stalactites. It is truly an out of this world experience and a must for any bucket list.
|Type of Activity:||Water Sports|
|Activity:||Diving & Snorkeling|