Pablo’s can be either a deep or shallow dive located at the West End point on the southside of the island. It normally has a bit of current, so we usually do a drift dive here. This is where the big guys hang out in the very early morning. Hammerheads (try our dawn dive an be seen, Great Barracudas and Tarpons are normally on show. We also see a variety of Rays, Groupers, Schools of Jacks and Snappers. In this area the corals are beautiful: loads of Deepwater Sea Fans and Gorgonians, something for everyone.
These two channels are a bit deeper but can dove at a variety of depths. Maximum can be 100 ft/30 m, the overhangs create an eerie play with the light, ledges provide loads of hiding places for toadfish, scorpion fish and fan worms. Then you come out into the blue and the wall isn’t to be missed here either.
Is great for all levels. It has swim throughs, caves and canyons, a nice wall, beautiful coral structures and formations. The water here always seems clear making it great for photography. The odd nurse shark can also be found in this area.
Our two nearest wreck dives, are both set in 100 ft/30 m of water. They are old container ships sunk as artificial reefs. The Odyssey is the larger at 300 ft/100 m in length to the El Aguila’s length of 200 ft/60 m. Green moray eels hang out on both these, both have the there unique features making for great diving. We can do both in one morning as a “try Nitrox dive” (Nitrox tanks are extra).
One of Rino’s faves. This site has labyrinths and caves but is famed for its giant arch on the wall; starting at 75 ft/23 m down to 120 ft/36.5 m. Here is where Rino goes to nudibranch heaven. A site not to be missed.