Monday, August 17, 2020

The Great Big Hole In Belize Is Great For Divers, Not So Great For Everyone Else

It's the biggest hole in the world and has been rumored as a diver's paradise and trust us, it's seen plenty of those this year. The Great Big Hole in Belize is appropriately named, as it descends 410 feet down into the earth, producing a massive, seemingly endless, hole underwater.
It's part of the Barrier Reed system of Belize and is surrounded by crystal-clear tropical waters which is what draws experienced divers to its location. Simply explained, this chasm is a result of fault lines, similar to many other sea floor drop-offs in the surrounding area.

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