The Visibles, is situated on the southwestern side, accessible by boat, at a 12 minutes boat ride from Spanish Town. It’s best to visit this site in the summer months as strong currents and tough weather conditions make it harder to dive.
A huge pinnacle stands guard on these waters and it’s mostly embroidered with corals, sea fans, hydroids and flowing underwater plants. Caves, canyons, ledges, huge boulders and various smaller rocky formations coat the sandy bottom and are home to many exotic fish and underwater species.
You will spot glassy sweepers, tomtates, blue striped grunts, snappers, angel fish, high hats, breams, corvalls, horse-eye jacks, African pompano, tarpons, permits, barracuda, spadefish, turtles, eagle rays, reef and the occasional nurse shark.
The clear blue waters with close to perfect visibility, the vibrant corals and fans that cover almost any rock they find along with a flourishing palette of exotic fish will delight any divers. The Visibles is perfect for underwater photography, it’s impossible to swim and not be surrounded by incredible underwater wildlife.