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Long Caye Wall (Placencia)

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Long Caye Wall, located near Placencia, is celebrated for its stunning wall dives. The dive site features a dramatic vertical drop-off that plunges into the deep blue. As divers navigate along the wall, they are greeted by a vibrant array of marine life, including various species of fish, corals, and other reef dwellers. The wall's structure provides an exciting topography to explore, with crevices and overhangs that host an assortment of marine species. The site's clear waters and ample sunlight make it a favorite among both novice and experienced divers

When To Go Diving

The ideal time to dive at Long Caye Wall is between April and June. During this period, the sea conditions are typically calm, and visibility is at its best, often exceeding 30 meters. The water temperatures are comfortably warm, ranging from 27°C to 29°C (81°F to 84°F), making for pleasant diving experiences

What to see

Long Caye Wall is renowned for its vibrant marine biodiversity. Divers can expect to see a myriad of colorful reef fish, majestic eagle rays, and occasional sightings of turtles. The wall itself is adorned with a rich tapestry of corals and sponges, offering a spectacular backdrop for underwater photography