Brac Island is located in the Adriatic Sea and it is the largest island in Dalmatia, close to the Croatian shoreline. With an unspoiled natural environment, Brac island's landscapes are dominated by numerous coves and isolated beaches with the clearest waters and amazing limestone round valleys and hills, covered with pine and fig trees.
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Scuba Diving in Orange Canyon, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Blessed with an amazing underwater world, Grand Cayman guarantees snorkelers and divers unforgettable dives. The west side of the island provides the most popular dive sites on the island, due to the diversity of the dives and the calm sea conditions. Orange Canyon is one of the best known dive locations that is situated on the northwest tip of Grand Cayman.
The spot, as the name suggests, features a deep canyon, which is surrounded by impressive orange sponges, creating an excellent backdrop for photos. Divers can swim along the wall and spot eagle rays, schools of tarpon, silversides and Horse-eyed Jacks to name just a few. In addition, various colorful corals and sponges can be found at the top of the wall. The average water temperature varies from 78°F/25.5°C in winter to 90°F/32.2°C in summer, providing ideal diving conditions all year round. The average depth of the spot is 18 m/59.1 ft and the maximum depth is 40 m/131.2 ft.
Orange Canyon accommodates experienced divers only, due to its depth. Last but not least, there many diving centers that provide a wide variety of services to satisfy your needs!