Dive report, Nautilus Belle Amie

Today we spend the day at Cabo Pearce. We had a nice day of diving. The first dive of the day was a bit slow, but then on the second and third dive of the day the action picked up. We had some super friendly mantas circling the group. Everybody stayed close to the rocks because there was quiet a bit of current. However the mantas kept circling above the group. One of them was a giant black manta, I think the biggest I’ve ever seen. During the whole day we had humpback whales around the bay. We could hear them singing underwater, we unfortunately did not see them while diving. Overall a great day.

Divemaster Stein, Nautilus Belle Amie

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