De Costa Bay
As you go down sandy hill to reach a small beach you will notice how calm and turquoise the water in Da Costa Bay normally you will swim out over the rocks and sandy bottom covered with sea grass, if you are lucky you might spot a sea turtle.
To the left if you swim with the rocks on our left side and sandy bottom on our right side and circle the bay you will eventually arrive at the far end and will see the big field of thick sea grass – that’s where Cuttlefish like to lay eggs , you can find theses hidden in the grass and the parent Cuttlefish swimming around on guard.
However if you go out towards opening of the bay you will find a rocky area where you will see the submerged statues of a Mermaid, dwarf, lion, etc. This is also where turtles like to hide, if they aren’t found in shallower parts of the bay.
On the way back keep an eye out for big a big school of young barracudas, they like to swim around the bay, but you mostly see them in the shallower parts along with young squid and/or large schools of young fish swimming right under the surface.
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