Always wanted to dive inside an extinct volcanic crater cone, dive Crater's Edge near Scott's Head.
|Name Dive Site:||Cashacrou, Crater's Edge|
|Inserted/Added by:||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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Crater's Edge is one of Dominica's most popular diving sites, situated at the feet of Scott's Head, at the huge volcanic crater rim that once formed Soufriere Bay and is now the reason for this unique phenomenon acknowledged throughout the dive community.
It is a great dive site with steep cone formed walls; you are actually diving into an extinct volcano cone. Cottonmouth Jacks, Tuna, Barracuda and Snappers seem to float in the current. Most dives start at a huge pinnacle that is always teeming with life. Colorfull Wrasses and Chromis are living side by side. Another pinnacle can be found slighlty deeper and the crater wall is filled with giant barrel sponges, bowl sponges and its enormous variety of inhabitants.
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