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JOE’S CAVE

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Located west of West Dog Island and south of Flintstones, Joe’s Cave is well known for its captivating underwater topography. Huge boulders, some up to 25 feet high, lay on the sandy bottom waiting to be explored and provide shelter to small invertebrates and fish. The main attraction of this diving site is a cave; narrow […]

BLONDE ROCK

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You will find Blonde Rock between Deadchest Island and Salt Island, at an 8 minute boat ride from Peter Island. Small and big overhangs create a wonderful topography and you get the chance to explore numerous caverns and crevices that are home to some interesting species. This diving spot got its name from the myriad of fire […]

MOUNTAIN POINT

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Located in the northwest of Virgin Gorda, Mountain Point is a less popular diving site with decent marine wildlife and interesting landscapes. Corals and sea sponges cover the sandy patches on the bottom, providing a great hiding place for invertebrates and random fish. Caves, passages and various rock formations are also good places to “dig” […]

THE INDIANS

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The Indians archipelago is easy to spot, the four pinnacles that rise menacing from the water, next to Norman Island and on one of the best snorkeling and diving spots in the BVI, full of colorful fish and corals. On the east side, near Pelican Island, the water is very shallow and you have to […]

THE PLAYGROUND

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The Playground is a diving site located east of Green Cay West; this is a 14 acres uninhabited island on the East of Little Jost Van Dyke and accessible by boat. Angel fish, parrot fish, dog snappers, reef squids, manta rays, reef sharks, tarpons, glassy minnows, these are just some of the marine life you will encounter in […]