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Dive the Blue Holes of Cay Sal

a boat facing the islands in turquoise waters with flag posted on the frontSpanning more than 2,000 square miles of water where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean Sea a mere thirty miles from the coast of Cuba. This stretch of the Bahamas is ideal for visitors looking to explore the wildly popular diving and snorkeling sites that include enormous blue holes, coral reefs teeming with aquatic life or the historical wreck that is known as the Rompidas. Home to the Bahamas National Trust and Birdlife International Society, Cay Sal is perfect for birdwatchers eagerly looking forward to adding rare bird species to their repertoire such as Brown Bobbies, Royal Terns, Audubon’s Shearwaters and Sandwich Terns. 

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