Brown Pants, a diving site accessible by boat, located in the south of Norman Island, has an incredible maze of ledges, canyons and caverns; this place feels more untamed compared to other diving sites – The Caves or Angelfish Reef – where the waters are less rocky and more populated with rainbow fish and small critters, lurking in the crevices provided by coral reefs.
Queen angelfish, black durgon, palmettos, white spotted filefish, barracuda, stingrays, lobsters and eels populate the crystal clear waters. A friendly turtle might accompany you if you dive deeper and you can both swim along.
The web of rocky topography features an open cave, a great spot to explore when the sun is up; you will need a dive light in order to witness all the hidden gems inside the cave.
While swirling in the captivating labyrinth of canyons and tunnels, this site will bring out the explorer side you never knew you had and make this diving session one to remember.
Photos by Armando Jenik