Botany Bay is located in Sydney, at about 13 km/8.1 mi in the south of Sydney's CBD (Central Business District). Botany Bay has an amazing marine life and the area around its entrance is very popular for scuba diving. The Tribars or The Container Wall is one of the many dive sites available on the spot.
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Scuba Diving in Vuma Caves, Watamu Beach, Coast Province Kenya
Scuba diving the Vuma Caves is perhaps one of the most exciting scuba diving adventure to experience. The deep dark corners of the caves hide gigantic groupers that weigh 300 kg/661 lb …. now that is something!! This is a reef drift wall dive, accommodating the advanced diver. Diving depths stand at 20 m/66 ft with an average visibility of 15 m/59 ft.
The caves are below some shoreline cliffs at which you descend to a sandy bottom about 20 m/66 ft, swim along the reef for a while looking at the reef fish. You could as well catch a glimpse of some dolphins, sharks, barracudas if you look out into the deep sea. Once you enter the caves, you could come across groupers and snappers creeping at the back!! You can now then swim up a “chimney” and come on top at about 10 m/33 ft.