Diving and Snorkeling Guide to Puerto Rico
This colour guide provides an overview of the Caribbean destinations offering diving opportunities. The details for each site include: depth and visibility; required expertise; bottom terrain; currents; marine life; safety tips; history, geography and climate; and local dive shops and charters.
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Diving in Culebra
Diving in La Parguera
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60 feet Access angelfish barracudas beaches Black Wall blue bottom boulder coral buoyancy butterflyfish canyon Caribbean caves Cayo Lobos Cayo Raton color coral reef creatures Culebra Desecheo Island Dive operators Divers P.O. Box east eels elkhorn coral Expertise required Fajardo feet Mild feet Slight feet Typical current flamingo tongue snails fringing reefs gorgonians grey angelfish Guanica Humacao island of Desecheo mangrove lagoon marine miles Mona night Novice Boat ocean octopus offshore orange Palomenitos Paradores Parguera parrotfish peacock flounder pectoral fins photographers Pisces Books Puerto Rico reef face reef fish reef top Rico's Rincon rock beauties rope sponges San Juan Scuba sea fans sea wasps sharks shore side of Puerto soft corals spinner dolphins spot staghorn coral sting surface throughout Puerto Rico tiny triggerfish tug boat Typical current conditions Typical depth range U.S. Virgin Islands underwater Vieques Virgin Islands Visibility averages watersports wrasse Yellow Reef