Thursday, February 28, 2019
This Island in The Bahamas Is the Blue Hole Capital of the World
By Guy Britton
“Beware the Lusca,” he said.
“What’s that?” I said.
The dive instructor smiled and slipped under the surface of the deepest blue hole on Andros Island in The Bahamas, the kind of deep, dark place where these half-octopus, half-shark creatures are said to live.
Blue holes are sinkholes or underwater caves, typically circle-shaped, always with dramatically steep walls. And there are more blue holes on Andros than anywhere else on earth, with 175 of them inland and another 50 scattered around the shallow waters offshore. Read more >>