Montana Amarilla

Depth 13-35m Level Novice to Advanced. We anchor the boat in about 8m in a sheltered bay about 50m offshore, opposite cliffs formed from a yellow coloured stone, which gives the dive site it's name.

The seabed in the bay is rocky with patches of sand with numerous nooks and crannies to have a good search around. Swimming out to sea we drop down to a huge partial rock arch which is formed by the edges of two rock plateau's. The two plateau's peter out as we head out out to sea and the space between them widens out to a seabed of sand covered with Garden Eels.

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