As the largest coral atoll in the Caribbean, Turneffe offers varied underwater dive terrain including spur and groove formations, sandy ledges and sheer walls providing spectacular dive sites to suit every level of diver. The Eastern side of Turneffe is protected by 35 miles of reef. It shelves gradually to about 60 feet where spur and groove formations meet the wall. Nutrients from the mangroves are dispersed to the reef by the tides causing large concentrations of feeding fish to congregate.
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