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The Devil’s Backbone

Must see
Abundant sea life
Schools of fish
The Devil’s Backbone, situated off Eleuthera & Exuma Cays, is a shallow and intricate reef system known for its challenging navigational demands, owing to its name. Its complex structure, formed by coral heads and sandy channels, has been the bane of many historical shipwrecks, making it not only an ecological treasure but also a historical one. While its name might suggest a daunting experience, the site's rich marine biodiversity and the tales it holds make every dive here an adventure of discovery and wonder

When To Go Diving

For the best conditions at The Devil’s Backbone, near Eleuthera & Exuma Cays, aim for the months between May and September. During this time, sea temperatures average around 27°C to 30°C (80°F to 86°F)

What to see

The Devil's Backbone teems with an array of marine species. Divers can anticipate sightings of nurse sharks, grouper, and the vibrant queen triggerfish. The corals that lace the site are home to various smaller creatures, including colorful nudibranchs, blennies, and cleaner shrimp. Schools of barracuda and jacks often cruise in the blue, adding to the site's diversity