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Diving at dive site the Great White Wall
|Name Dive Site:||Great White Wall|
|Depth: ||15-40m (49-131ft)|
|Visibility: ||10-40m (32-131ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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The Great White Wall has its name because of the many soft coral which can be found below 15 meter. They are actually lavender in color, but the depth gives them a white appearance. Surface conditions can get rough, currents can be strong and so most of the time this site is dived as a drift dive. Often starting or ending near a huge tunnel where you can swim through. It has two exits, one at 10 meter and one at 27 meter, from where you will be entering a new world of colored coral.
Gorgonian fans, lionfish, moray eels will greet you as you drift along the wall. Colorful sponges, a variety of pelagics such as barracuda, mackerel, eagle and manta rays live here. Most of the coral is soft coral, but hard coral and sea whips can be found as well.
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