This is an easy relaxing dive, one of the first dives of the week, so everybody have time to get used to, especially after few month of inactivity, but also very good for Macro Pictures.
Description: The mooring line drops to 40 feet, where this large sandy bottom will receive us surrounded by large coral formations. Heading west, in the way to the wall we generally find a great variety of creatures like, Flounders, Conchs, Blenys, Pipe Fish, Clening Stations, and ocasionally Pipe Horse, after about 12 minutes this wall reaches to 65 feet, finding another sandy bottom that gradually takes you down to over 90 feet. Along the wall northward there are high chances to see Souther Stingrays and depending of the season Eagle Rays, schools of Horse Eye Jacks and Spade Fish. Enjoying the view after 15 minutes a sandy path coming from the deep take us back to the 40 feet, a wide sandy area opens full of coral heads, swimming very slow between, heading north-west eventually the boat will be seen.