In Photos: Underwater Caves That Will Leave You Speechless
Green Cave, Ravnik, Vis, Croatia
Located on an islet called Ravnik (on the south side of the island of Vis), the Green Cave is a little off the beaten path but offers a stunning dive. The color of the cave and waters comes from sunlight bouncing off the green algae growing on the ceiling.
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Great Blue Hole, Belize
A large submarine sinkhole off the Central American’s eastern coast, the Great Blue Hole is one of the world’s best scuba diving locations. The circular underwater cave is home to an exotic variety of marine life, including reef and nurse sharks. The hole is, as the name suggests, perfectly circular, and is 410 feet (125 meters) deep.
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Eden Rock and Devil’s Grotto, Cayman Islands
Located on the Grand Cayman island, Eden Rock and Devil’s Grotto are cavern and reef systems filled with tunnels and underwater caves and chambers, lit by rays of sunlight filtering in through overgrowth and vegetation on the ceiling. Explore these wonderful chambers with Barracuda sharks, turtles and even stingrays for company.
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