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 Playa El Coral, Matanzas, Cuba
Matanzas, also called the City of Bridges, is the capital of the province of Matanzas. The location is well-known for its poets, sights of historical and cultural interest and Afro-Cuban folklore. Playa El Coral or El Coral lies between Matanzas and Varadero and is an excellent site for scuba diving and snorkeling.
With crystal, clear waters divers are able to witness an abundance of colorful tropical species and beautiful reef formations. If you are interested in the bio life of the site, then you won’t be disappointed, as it is very rich with parrotfish, blue tank, sharksucker, balloonfish, yellow stingray, octopus, seahorses and moray eels to name just a few. The average depth of the spot is 8 m/26.2 ft and the maximum is 15 m/49.2 ft. Currents are not strong and visibility is good, ranging from 10 m/32.8 ft to 30 m/98.4 ft.
In addition, the average water temperature is around 27 °C/80.6 °F all year round. Note that hurricane season lasts from June to November. Playa El Coral is suitable for advanced divers. Finally, Matanzas provides a variety of hotels, restaurants and bars to relax and have fun after a performance of this exhilarating sport.