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  • Belen Suster

    Great Blue Hole, Belize. Jacques Cousteau visited this site in 1971 and declared the Great Blue Hole of Ambergris Caye to be among the best diving locations in the world. The Great Blue Hole is a wonder of geology, a 410-foot deep sinkhole located within the Belize Barrier Reef system and was created through forces similar to those responsible for the underwater caves of the nearby Yucatan Peninsula.

  • David Litman

    The Great Blue Hole is located near Ambergris Caye, Belize. It is declared among one of the top ten scuba diving sites in the world. It is believed that this hole is the world’s largest sea-hole. It is about 411 feet deep and its diameter is about 985 feet wide.

  • Robin Rife

    Bucket list: Nestled in the Lighthouse Reef Atoll of Belize is the Great Blue Hole, a large submarine vertical cave that measures 984 feet in diameter and 407 feet deep. With its beautiful, clear water and the variety of wild marine life residing in its depths, the enormous blue hole is a popular scuba diving destination.Todays blue holes, which are found all across the world, were formed from erosion during previous ice ages when the Earth...

  • Amrin Tan

    Scuba diving the Blue Hole (barrier reef), Ambergris Caye, Belize

  • Linda Pickle

    Bluehole, Ambergris Caye, Belize

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