This place is an incredible diving spot – thanks to the wealth of the underwater life here. Though the idyllic peace of the surface world often stands in stark contrast to what could be happening underwater.
Just one look is enough to notice an enormous number of gigantic gorgoniids – clearly inclined in the direction of currents. Their shape is reminiscent of lonely trees – at high altitudes in the mountains or near coastal dunes – formed by raging winds. There is practically nothing you can say or write about this place that would do it justice – its richness, colors and shapes bring only one word to mind: “paradise”.
There are spots so peaceful, you could almost meditate in them. There are also currents so strong, that the term “hurricane” fits perfectly. As you rush along the current, near steep underwater rocks, you could feel like a passenger of a Formula One car, sitting not in the cockpit but on the rear wings, during a world championship race. It is worth holding onto the mouthpiece of your regulator harder than usual.