Scuba diving in Devilfish City
Devilfish City has a channel, vertical wall, and many large rocks. The slopes drop rapidly and create interesting formations. The currents can be quite strong when the tide is coming in. Dives should only take place during high tide.
When to go
It is possible to dive at this dive site throughout the year due to the warm temperatures and fine sea conditions. The air is usually of 26-30C/79-86F, and the water temperature ranges around 26-27C/79-81F. It rains the most in June and July.
What to see
Many divers come to Devilfish City to see huge manta rays and different types of sharks: whitetip, leopard and greytip. There are 3 various cleaning stations for mantas, where wrasses and butterflyfish serve the rays. Occasionally dolphins and turtles can be seen in these waters. Corals and sponges are full of colors that attract smaller tropical fish and other sea creatures.