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Underwater Photo Location: Punta Tunich

Underwater Photo Location: Punta Tunich

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This is a slopping wall which has lots of plant growth and lots of sponges which attracts lots of turtles.... It is a high velosity drift dive. The wall is beautiful and there are ledges and cracks which are always interesting. This is considered an advanced dive and usually a second dive after a surface interval. I suggest diving with Liquid Blue Divers for small, fast and limited divers. Steel tanks afford a bit longer bottom time.
Facts about Punta Tunich
Dive types
Liveaboarddayboatwalldrift

Marine Life
bigsmallturtlescoralstinging

Diving facilities
airnitrox

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Steven Anderson
This image of a reef scene was taken at Punta Tunich off Cozumel...Viz unlimited!

by Steven Anderson
This image of a Conch taking a quick look was taken during a dive at Punta Tunich - Cozumel

by Steven Anderson
This Hawksbill Turtle was a bit lazy as I swam up to him while he was eating algae off the reef. This image was taken during a dive on Tunich a slopping wall and reef off Cozumel.

by Ken Kiefer
Stingray relaxing

by Ken Kiefer
Hawksbill Sea Turtle diving through a school of Creole Wrasse in Cozumel, Mexico Canon 5D 15mm fisheye Ambient Light
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