Scuba diving in Turtle Cove
Turtle Cove is located on the western point of Ngercheu Island. It starts with a small blue hole on the top of the reef, and a big cavern. It serves as an entrance to a wall full of caves, arches, and swim-throughs. This dive site is presented by an upright wall going down for 65m/213ft and a plateau. There is hardly any current around here. As the name suggests, there is a high chance to spot large sea turtles at this dive site.
When to go
Turtle Cove is easily accessible all year round, but June and July tend to be the wettest months. The average air temperature is 26-30C/79-86F, with a water temperature of 26-27C/79-81F.
What to see
Other sea life consists of snappers, jacks, barracudas, yellowtail fusiliers, Moorish idols, and many more species. Other exciting residents of Turtle Cove are whitetip sharks and leopard sharks.
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