Scuba diving enthusiasts, or people looking for new experiences have an appointment in the Bahamas, to dive into the heart of Dean's blue hole, the second deepest in the world…
When it comes to dream destinations, the Bahamas are at the top of the list. With beautiful landscapes and a heavenly climate, visitors come from all around the world to see it. Although you can swim with wild pigs there, that's not all! Discover another unusual activity you can experience.
To dive deep into the bowels of the earth, head to Clarence Town Bay in the Bahamas. That's where Dean's blue hole is, the second deepest blue hole in the world. 100 feet wide and 330 feet in diameter, it reaches over 650 feet below the surface of the water!
Remains of the ice age
Its geological formations date from the last ice age, when the sea level was much lower, and the land was not submerged. The rainwater then eroded the limestone layers. The dark blue of the hole in the middle of the beautiful turquoise blue waters of the Bahamas will dazzle you!
A place to explore in different ways
You can dive into the hole using equipment provided for this purpose. The feeling the emptiness gives you is dizzying! Some professionals do it even by free diving, weighed down, it seems as if they are flying. A free fall in the ocean is definitely something to try before you die!
An unforgettable activity one would dream of experiencing one day.
In the meantime, check out the video above to see this incredible natural phenomenon for yourself!