West of West Dog Island you will find Flintstones, a captivating dive that unfortunately is overlooked in favor of more popular destinations. The boulders that lay underwater are the ones that gave it its name; resembling a property in the fictional prehistoric city of Bedrock, these rocky formations form ledges and crevices that are the perfect hiding spot for smaller fish and invertebrates.
Corals, tube sponges, sea fans and underwater plants cover most of the rocks and the sandy bottom creating a very colorful scenery worth to be captured on camera.
Explore these waters and try to identify as many species as possible; Flintstones is the gathering spot for snappers, gold-spotted eels, cobias, lobsters, eagle rays and nurse sharks, among many others.
Multicolored fish, a rainbow of corals and sponges, huge boulders laying underwater, all these are reasons enough to put Flintstones on your list of diving sites to discover in the near future.