Scuba diving in Blanchisseuse Rocks
The water visibility is generally best from October through the end of May. Diving at this site is possible for novice and experienced divers. To get to Blanchisseuse Rocks requires a long distance boat ride.
When to go
The average air temperature ranges between 24-29C/75-84F. The water temperature is around 28C/82F from January to March and 26C/78F from July to September. The average depth of the site is 23m/75ft.
What to see
At the location divers can explore coral covered granite rocks and see giant moray eels, schooling bat fish, reef fish, hump-head parrotfish, napoleon wrasses, turtles, anemones, clownfish, schooling big-eye snappers, schooling yellow snappers, octopus,reef sharks, stingrays, eagle rays, schooling lesser barracudas, giant groupers, lionfish, scorpion fish, schooling fusiliers, lobsters and a long lost coral encrusted giant anchor with chain.
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