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Most Attractive Caves in the World

Blue Abyss, Mexico

Blue Abyss Mexico is home to variety of underwater caves. Cave diving within the Blue abyss may be a tedious task so make sure you dive with different experienced different. The Blue Abyss is one in all the additional frequented caves. The cave attracts deep cave different who enjoy a challenge, because it has several narrow passages for exploring.

Sac Aktun, Mexico

Another of the spectacular underwater caves in Mexico, Sac Aktun is found close to Tulum, Mexico. The cave has steps leading right down to the water and there are stunning gardens round the space, as well. Tree roots hang into the water and provide feeding places for fish and turtles. Divers can explore smaller caves that branch off the main one.

El Cenote, Cuba

El CenoteCuba is home to a fairly simple water cave that starts out at 20 meters deep and reaches 80 meters at the end. An 800 meter tunnel is full of fascinating rock formations and shrimp. The cave contains three or four meters of fresh water and then salt water below this level, resulting in some interesting fish on both levels.

Lost Blue Hole, Bahamas

The Lost Blue Hole is a deep sinkhole filled with tropical fish and sharks, including Blacknose sharks. The cave is about 60 meters deep and is home to a number of interesting species, including tiny fish, such as jawfish, gobies, and tobacco fish. It is an easy dive with plenty of clear water and great visibility. The Lost Blue Hole is also a great place for underwater photographers.

Abismo Anhumas, Brazil

Absimo AnhumasFor divers with the right certification, Absimo Anhumas is an amazing dive. The water is extremely clear and blue. Huge schools of fish live in the cave system. Many of the caves are only partially explored and offer the lure of the unknown.

Nereo Cave, Italy

Grotta di Nereo is a massive underwater cave in Italy. It is the largest marine cave in the Mediterranean Sea and has at least ten different entrances. There are a number of different tunnels to explore, lined with red and yellow coral. Large numbers of Mediterranean sea life thrives in the caves as well.

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