Deep Reef Sharks Drift Wall
On the surface, this island resembles a hat underwater, so its profile make the name Sombrero even more appropriate. The rim of the "hat" stretches a long way underwater from north to south. Gorgonians, black coral, shells, turtles, rays, grunts, jacks, snappers, and a great variety of soft corals are scattered all over the place. Currents are normally strong during the full moon.
atop the shallow reef on a stop after a long dive in Sombrero Island by Jason Gillo
Jason April 21st, 2014 - 5:58:Sombrero Island ( Back Side) - Is one of my favorite sites to go into it starts as a shallow dive full of hard and soft corals all over with a visibility of minimum of 20meters, it has a wall dive with a max depth of at least 24 meters and go deeper if you wish. the dive ends with another shallow portion where all marine life is at its best! That's ofcourse doing your safety stop. A slight current can be expected sometimes but nevertheless guaranteed amazing underwater flora and fauna!