Named so after the fiery red wall, Devil’s Kitchen is considered a hidden gem as most people pass this place in favor of diving sites that have a wilder side or shipwrecks to dive in. Rocky formations covered with corals and sponges in the most vibrant colors peak out of the waters and make up a beautiful scenery.
Swim under the ledges and explore the nooks and crannies for smaller underwater species that hide in them. Look for marine wildlife all around you; parrotfish, grunts, cherub, breams, turtles, lobsters and tarpons are just some of the locals you will encounter while you explore Devil’s Kitchen.
Here there are often big swells so be prepared for a backup plan in case the weather decides to make this site undivable. Carvel Rock or Markoe Point are nearby sites that resemble Devil’s Kitchen, not very known, but with a huge potential for underwater photography and calm diving, abundant in exotic fish and bright corals.