Rocky Creek Blue Hole Diving Adventure

This Adventure is 6 hours

Your adventure begins on pickup when your certified guide conveys the rich history of this destination during a narrative drive to East Grand Bahama your diving location Rocky Creek.

Rocky Creek is a local settlement in the section of the Island call East Grand Bahama. A short drive to the back of this settlement takes us to an ecosystem known as a Mangrove Swash-land, this is an ecosystem of water and trees. Here we gear up for our amazing diving adventure.


To explore this blue hole we must first take a 5 minute swim through this ecosystem with their many roots reaching through the shallow water creating a home for many marine animals and pushing its trees that can grow 70 feet tall above water thus creating a home for many species of birds. During our swim we will find both mature and juvenile marine animals as we make our way to Rocky Creek’s blue hole.


Upon our arrival you will find a hole that is about 30 feet long and 5 feet wide with its entrance less than a foot from the surface of the water and Mangrove trees sitting on top of the hole, fish swimming in and out of the hole attempting to scatter on our approach.  A short penetration opens to a room that is about 40 feet in diameter a vertical drop. At different levels of descent we find different depths and different diameter rooms deeper than the first. However, this is not about a cave penetration, but an interest in the marine life within reach of sunlight. You will be amazed of water clarity and the amount of life during your dive. You can max out around 90 feet, but the biosphere is less than 50 feet in depth.


After this exhilarating adventure, we move on to lunch. Our destination is a little family owned restaurant call Virgy’s takeout in a local settlement call High Rock. After a short drive about 30 minutes we arrive at a quaint little restaurant in a pretty local settlement. Here we will enjoy a delicious meal of local style cuisine cooked to the taste buds of a local mama. Then we drive through the settlement of High Rock after lunch and stop at a local bar on the beach call Bishop’s. Sit back and enjoy a beautiful beach view while drinking some local beer, before the return to your place of lodging.

Price

Maximum of 4
Price if booked directly through Calabash Eco Adventures

  • $150 for a single person
  • $110 for multiple persons

Not booking this tour directly with us will include a booking fee. This will be the price.

  • $160 for a single person
  • $120 for multiple persons

Must be a certified diver. Open water level certification accepted.

Lunch and park fee not included into price. Lunch may cost between $10 and $20 per person and park fee $10 per person. Price does not include any scuba equipment. Rental is done from a dive shop. Rental is $10 per item need for the dive. Equipment needed, mask, fins, wet suit, dive light, BC and Reg. Tanks and weights are included into price.

This tour is offered to both Hotel and Cruise Ship guests

Tour Time Line

  • Pickup at 8:15AM-9AM
    Drive time to Crabbing Bay Boiling Hole 90 minutes
    Dive briefing and setup time 10 minutes
    Dive time 60 minutes
    Break down time and departure 10 minutes
    Drive time to lunch 40 minutes (Banana Bay restaurant on Fortune Bay beach)
    Lunch and relaxation 90 minutes
    Drive time back to place of pickup 60 minutes
    Drop off time is 3PM

Lunch is optional. Skipping lunch part of the day would drop approximately 2 hours from the time given.

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