Plunging into the water is always fun, especially when its 31 degrees celsius.
We started easy with a mild current being dropped off just next to the dive site. We descended to about 60ft and were following the lava finger. We didn’t have to wait too long for our first encounter. A group of 14 dolphins started approaching us, he was going in between divers and kept us entertained for quite a while. After moving on we had plenty of sightings of different shark species. Towards the 45 min. mark into the dive we spotted 2 Chevron Mantas cruising along. They started circling and stayed with us until we went up to our three minute stop. Not bad for the first dive of the day.
– Divemaster Florian, Austria
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