1.Bahamas: Blue Hole Dean – Heaven of free diving
Place-name is simply derived from them by the local landowners. Blue Hole Dean in the western town of Clarence, in the beautiful Bahamas island is the world’s most saline deep hole located below sea level, reached a depth of 202m. Surrounded by an arc of a massive cliff, this water hole surface quite rounded with a radius of only about 25 – 30 meters.
But the more I dive into the deep, ever-expanding pit into a cave radius of up to 100m. No coral and sea creatures live here often, but by noon, the sun can shine directly into the bed of the pit to a depth of relativity. Many visitors said that this is where the most interesting free diving on earth. Therefore, many of the free diving world record has been set up here.
2. Oman: They fell Bimmah – impression contrasted
The Bimmah hole created when the soft sand and limestone above collapsed due to a groundwater road leading from the beach is 500m away and maintain the amount of water in the pit.
With an area of 40x20m, Bimmah still be proud to own an impressive contrast to the landscape. Between the sweltering heat of Oman under Arab lands, lake saltwater Bimmah in clear, deep blue fruit worthy of a paradise on earth. Arid limestone landscape, less religious life around more and do more charming recycled blue of the lake.
There are adventurous travelers prefer “UM jumps” from the cliff into the water without stairs. Revealed then, a variable Bimmah project into a small water park is planned right next to the highway to attract tourists there.