Pulau Tiga is located at 48 km/30 mi in the south of Kota Kinabalu and became well known due to the "Survivor" series, hosting the setting of "Survivor Borneo", the first American season of the show. Scuba diving in Pulau Tiga is open to all levels of divers and is a prime location for macro lovers and underwater photography. The spot is believed to have been formed by the eruption of several mud volcanoes and is at 100 m/328 ft above sea level.
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Scuba Diving in Palancar Caves, Cozumel, Quintana Roo Mexico
In 1961, Jacques Ives Cousteau had dived in Palancar reef and brought it to the forefront of the diving world. The TV documentary, produced by himself, helped to highlight Cozumel island as a famous scuba diving destination. This dive spot is located in the south-eastern coast of Cozumel. The unique ecosystem will surprise you. There are a lot of huge colorful corals, some of the oldest in the world. The marine life is pretty rich and contains a large number of exotic fish.
The maximum depth of Palancar Caves is at 100 m/328.1 ft. The currents are low, so it’s a feasible dive spot for beginners divers too. The clarity of the water is very good as divers’ visibility is more than 30 m/98.4 ft. The waters temperature is pretty high during all the year and averages to 27˚C/80.6˚F. Cozumel offers a tropical climate and its main feature is the rain. The dry season is short and lasts from February to April while the wet season is from May to March. The temperature is almost stable with small variation month by month. The average temperature is about 28.4°C/83.2°F throughout the whole year.
Palancar Caves is one of the best dive sites in Cozumel, so you should not miss the chance to visit this exquisite spot and enjoy yourself like never before.