Underwater adventures in Puerto Rico
Just near South America stands the most southern Caribbean Island that is still part of America – Puerto Rico.
When scuba diving in Puerto Rico, you can explore a variety of diverse marine environments, including:
- Coral reefs: Puerto Rico has many healthy coral reefs, offering a diverse array of marine life to observe.
- Wrecks: There are several shipwrecks in the area that have become artificial reefs, including the fune El Macho, which is a popular dive site.
- Caves and swim-throughs: There are several underwater caves and swim-throughs that can be explored in Puerto Rico.
- Reef fish: Look for schools of colorful fish, including angelfish, parrotfish, and damselfish, that call Puerto Rico’s reefs home.
- Marine mammals: Humpback whales and dolphins are frequently seen in the waters around Puerto Rico, particularly during the winter months.
- Macro life: Macro life, such as seahorses and crustaceans, can be found in the many crevices and ledges of the reef.
These are just a few examples of the exciting sights you can see while scuba diving in Puerto Rico.