The swimthroughs and small caverns at dive site Toucari Caves are well worth exploring.
|Name Dive Site:||Toucari Caves|
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Toucari Bay is the small bay just north of Douglas Bay separated from each other by Douglas Point. The Toucari Caves are situated in the center of the bay, part of an extremely healthy reef at 10 meter deep and at less than 100m offshore. It is not a real cave in which you can get lost, but it is more like a system of caverns, coral archways and small tunnels. Its ceilings are encrusted with hard corals and the variety of marine life is stunning. There are many glasseyes, urchins, soldierfish, French grunts and lobsters. Search for the resident barracuda and the sea turtles that are often present at the opening of the cave. Several other swim-throughs and healthy coral formations are waiting for you once outside diving shallower and shallower.
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