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Underwater Photo Location: Dwejra Gozo

Underwater Photo Location: Dwejra Gozo

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Dwejra has about 4 dive sites and a multitude of possibile dives. You can start from the inland sea and swim out through a tunnel, start from the Blue hole and then swim out. You can also opt for a boat dive to Crocodile rock where depths of 40m are easily reached. The swim out of the tunnel has some spectacular photographic opportunities, and it was this site that encouraged me to take up underwater photography. There is also the Coral Garden, with some lovely colours. There is also a large cave to the right of the inland sea, but this should be undertaken as a boat dive as there is a long swim.

Its one of the few place in the Maltese archipelago where one can see large groupers.

One of the main attractions of this area is the colour of the sea. The blue here is like nowhere else in Malta or Gozo.

This area is very popular with tourists all year round.

I hope more people visit the islands to see our extensive heritage, the oldest erect building in the world is in Malta, and our clear blue waters with many wrecks and sites to visit.

Look for Malta and diving on the internet, and you will find some interesting pictures of what is available in Malta.


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Facts about Dwejra Gozo
  • It is in Malta
  • Dwejra Gozo is in the Mediterranean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-50 Metres 0-160 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
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Marine Life
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Diving facilities
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Photo facilities
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by Marcus Grant
Taken at the inland sea, Gozo, Malta

by Dawn Thomas
Two types of nudibranch in one shot - the Spotted Chromodorid (aka Leopard Sea Slug) and a Flabellina. Canon Sureshot G12, ISO 250, flash, f/3.2

by Dawn Thomas
Cardinal Fish at Inland Sea, Gozo. Morning dive. Photo taken with Canon PowerShot G12, internal flash, ISO250, 30.5mm, 0EV, f/4.5, 1/60.

by Victor Micallef
Fan worm

by Victor Micallef
Free fallin' into the blue

by Victor Micallef
Fanworm
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