Sun Dancer

Whereas the opposite side used for parking yachts. Dives carried out in one and in second place At a depth of about 40 meters under the peak, hovering over the abyss, you can watch giant stalactites. There is a feeling that you in the midst of the colonnade of a Gothic cathedral. There are several versions of this natural phenomenon. On one of them, there was a big ancient coral reef. During the Ice Age and the retreat of water coast, he found himself above the sea surface. Then, the rains began, running tap in the reef caves and formed the failure. Salts of calcium carbonate to form a supersaturated solution of water in the space of the cave and turned to minerals, forming a picturesque stalactites.

Over time, the sea level rose, forming what can be seen now. According to another version, Blue Hole was formed as a consequence of the collapse of the ceiling of a giant underground dry caves space which was flooded by sea. According to the rules that exist at sides in Belize, technical diving is "illegal." Therefore, to find among the stalactites divers is not more than 7 minutes, which is not allows you to fully enjoy the contemplation of the beauties of Blue Hole. Nevertheless, the impressions obtained even for a short time, quite strong. At the same time, immersion in the Blue Hole for trained technical diver presents significant challenges (but is of considerable interest). Unfortunately, helium is not available in Belize, which limits the level of technical diving beyond er. It is also necessary to remember that No sides "Sparky", and aluminum cans only have yoke konnektory.Tak that "amateurs tinkering" Sparky "in place" – a great space for creativity In addition to Blue Hole, Light House Reef is still a lot of interesting dive sites. This Eagle Landing, Half Moon Wall, Tarpon Cave, Uno Coco, Que Brada, Aquarium, Painted Wall, Abyss West.

Immersion, mostly run along vertical cliff walls. During virtually absent. Visibility is about 30 meters. After the safari motor yacht Sun Dancer, Legionnaires Club orca continued their familiarity with Belize. Our route lay to the border with Guatemala, to the lost among the jungle haven for travelers, "Jaguar Paw".