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The Cathedral is a fantastic salt and partly fresh water cave which was formed during volcanic eruptions.
|Name Dive Site:||Cathedral|
|Depth: ||20-30m (65-98ft)|
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Formed during the volcanic eruptions this large cavern is encrusted with soft corals on the walls and ceiling. The depth at the entrance reaches over 30m but then slopes gently up to the back of the cavern revealing a shimmering image as fresh water meets salt forming a halocline at the rear of the cavern. Things to see are Large Grouper, Moray eels and Rays.
On the return journey above the Cathedral you can swim through the bubble fields, created by your exhaled air trapped against the roof of the cavern. This air then filters up through the sand and on towards the surface.
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