Located in the south of Cooper Island, Markoe Point is a delightful and not that popular diving site. The bottom is covered with small rocky formations, flowing underwater plants and sand patches which paint a captivating landscape. You won’t have to worry about the waters being crowded; most people overlook this site in favor of more known ones and they don’t have the opportunity to enjoy this colorful reef that hides various exotic fish.
As you swim along these clear, blue waters, you will spot black durgons, snappers, jacks, grunts, blackbar soldierfish, groupers, mackerels, pompanos, spadefish, barracuda, carangids and lobsters.
Explore these crowded waters and get a look in all the small crevices around you to see where the small underwater creatures hide. Perfect for underwater photography, Markoe Point is a great destination for divers that want to explore more secluded diving sites and swim while capturing the flouring marine life that surrounds them.