This is another immersion full of life and with quite clean water almost always.
Being at the San Andres island and taking north direction, we will dive over a sand canal that goes from a depth of 12 to 20 metres.
This canal has posidonia’s hillsides on each side, which protect the divers from the possible currents. Suddenly, a big step give us way to innumerable overhanging rocks, which give shelter to big schools of the shi drums, groupers, moray eels and congers. If the immersion is taken easy, we can see bearded fireworms, spiny spider crabs and a non-stop of crustaceans and gilt-head breams. Before returning to the boat, we arrive to an anchor, where sometimes we are able to see barracudas and greater amberjacks stalking anchovies shoals.