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Diving in Cayo Levisa

Diving in Cayo LevisaDiving in Cayo Levisa

The Cayo Levisa diving area extends practically from the same costs of the key, showing high securities of attraction, for the varied sessile fauna and the numerous species of fish that inhabit it, the range in ways, coloring and its excellent conservation state.

In some places starting from the 8 meters (26 feet) of depth they are massive coralline formations of stars' coral and brain coral, sea fans and feathery gorgonias and marauding among them roncos shoal, put on makeup, parrots, barber and chopas; Creole wreckfish, porgy and jocuses of size median are frequent, also brown and lobsters.

Toward the deepest thing, between the 15 and 30 meters (49 and 98 feet), the landscape is dominated by big smoothed coralline growths of up to 10 meters (33 feet) of diameter that constitute a beautiful show of submarine architecture, in other places are ridges and mogotes coral. The fish that more they are plentiful they are the blue cromis, yellow roncos, rabirrubias, isabelitas queens, chiviricas and big wreckfish, cuberas, jocuses and aguajíes.

Detailed information about diving in Cayo Levisa can be found on the Cayo Levisa website.

Cayo Levisa International Scuba-Diving Centre

The Cayo Levisa International Diving Center is consolidated inside the first five Centers of Diving in the country and it is the main reason of the clients' satisfaction that visit the Key for what its mission is to satisfy the expectations of the clients lovers of the diving, facilitating its learning, its practice and the submarine interpretation with a focus environmentalist.

Diving Center Cayo Levisa

The beauty of the beaches and the beautiful coral reefs that it possesses Levisa Key can be enjoyed by means of the autonomous diving and the snorkeling. From the natural point of view, they exist potentialities here for the development of varied activities underwater.

The diving area associated to the Cayo Levisa International Diving Center extends practically from the same costs of the key, showing high securities of attraction, for the varied flora and fauna that inhabit it and its excellent conservation state.

The Cayo Levisa International Diving Center offers varied diving courses for all the levels imparted by instructors categorized internationally, and they give internationally grateful certificates.

Detailed information about diving in Cayo Levisa can be found on the Cayo Levisa website.

Cayo Levisa Diving Sites, Places, Locations

Cayo Levisa has 23 dive sites for immersions that are properly detailed and located along the coral barrier. The most attractive diving place "La Corona de San Carlos", a protracted sand bed zone with coral islets in those families of eagle rays and stingrays lives. Other places such as "La Espada del Pirata", "La Cadena Misteriosa" and "El Inferno" has beaten each diver heart with their full diving experience higher.

Cayo Levisa, Dive SiteCayo Levisa, Dive Site

"La Cadena Misteriosa" (The Mysterious Chain)

Distance: 15 min

Coralline barrier with a small slope that falls starting from the 3 m of depth until the 12 m; where it is possible to observe great quantity of fish of the families Scaridae (parrots), Lutjanidae (pargos) and Serranidae (mere). Big barracudas, morenas, ray, cobos and lobsters are also observed. Present big colonies coralline and abundant gorgonaceos are. In the place they are also diving night practiced.

"La Espada del Pirata" (The Pirate's Sword)

Distance: 20 min

Fund of buckets that finish in a white arenaso where it is common to observe garden eels. Regularly big shoal of fish appears and the bottom is covered for immense colonies of brain coral. Their depth oscillates between 12 and 18 m.

"El Infierno" (The Hell)

Distance: 45 min

Vertical wall that begins in 22 m. and the a thousand m of depth reaches, covered with an abundant diversity of sponges and corals. It is common to find big meros.

"La Corona de San Carlos" (San Carlos Crown)

Distance: 30 min

It is one of the places of bigger importance of the area, because in him they spawn great quantity of fish of the families Lutjanidae (pargos) and Serranidae (Chernas), which possess a high commercial value and aesthetic. It is common to observe sharks and marine turtles. It is of those of higher wealth of species. For their extension it has been subdivided in three: San Carlos' Crown, Paddle and The Mine. Their depth oscillates between 15 and 25 m.

Detailed information about diving in Cayo Levisa can be found on the Cayo Levisa website.

 
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