Scuba diving in The Devil's Pinnicle
Diving here is more suitable for advanced divers. Named for the rocks that hide just below the surface this site consists of underwater rock formation with many canyons to explore. The marine life is divers and includes reef, corals, schools of barracuda, jacks, pompanos, multitude of reef fish and white tip reef sharks.
When to go
The best time of year for diving this site is during the dry season (December - April). The average annual air temperature is around 21-27C/70-81F. The average annual water temperature ranges between 20-24C /68 -75F. The average depth of the is around 6-24m/20-80ft with water visibility of 10-25m/30-80ft.
What to see
Corals, Schools of Barracuda, Jacks, Pompanos, White Tip Reef Sharks.
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