Bronco Billy is located on the northwestern tip of George Dog and many believe this was Jacques Cousteau’s favorite diving spot in British Virgin Islands.
This site is widely popular for its underwater sceneries and architectural layouts. You will see ridges, archways, canyons and various rocky formations; explore them and use your flashlight to check available crevices for smaller fish and invertebrates that are hiding here.
The rocks are covered with soft and pillar coral formations, orange cup coral, hydroids, red and lavender sponges that create a wonderful, psychedelic spectacle.
Bronco Billy has a flourishing marine life, with snappers, grunts, corvals, spotted drums, sea breams, lobsters and eels accompanying your swim. The visibility isn’t that good so most divers use their flashlight to light up the show.
Accessible by boat, at only a 12 minutes boat ride from Spanish Town, Bronco Billy will amaze you with its captivating topography and exotic species.