Scuba diving in The Lost Blue Hole

Access
From Boat
Depth
Average: 39.36 ft
Maximum: 209.92 ft
Current
None
Visibility
Average: 32.8 ft
Maximum: 98.4 ft
Lost Blue Hole is a huge oceanic crater that is 91m/300ft deep and around 24m/80ft in diameter. It attracts divers from around the world who come to admire this natural marvel. Diving at the Lost Blue Hole is a great experience.

When to go

Nassau has a tropical monsoon climate. The summer temperature is 32C/90F and the average winter temperature is 23-27C/73-81F. The water temperature is about the same throughout the year, 24-26C/75-78F. May through October has the most rain.

What to see

Lost Blue Hole is full of angelfish, Nassau grouper, reef sharks, stingrays, snapper, amberjacks, yellowfish, manta rays, moray eels, and turtles. The walls are covered with various soft and hard corals, sponges, sea fans, and underwater flowers that shelter many marine creatures.

Reachable from

Nassau

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