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Keri Caves, also known as the Blue Caves, are one of the most popular diving spots on the island, featuring two caves in the area and as a result two different diveable spots, with the most impressive, being the big Blue Cave. It has to be noted that the spot is located on a remote beach accessible only by a boat! The big Blue Cave is a 75 m cavern, open on top all the way, starting at a depth of 12 meters and ending at 5 meters at the turning-point far in. It is quite large, so 3-4 divers can dive aside inside. Apart from the entrance the cavern is completely dark, so note that you must be equipped with a good torch. There are many things to explore inside and if you are lucky, you’ll come across big monk-seals that are either feeding with shrimps or sleeping. It is advisable to switch off your light on your way back towards the entrance, in order to understand why it is called the Blue cave.

Scuba diving requires specific equipment and techniques that must be adapted to the natural environment. For this reason it is strongly advised that you check regularly our ‘Schools / Clubs’ section, in order to get in contact with nearby qualified instructors, that will introduce you safely to this unique activity. Although, scuba diving schools will provide you with all necessary technical equipment, we encourage you to visit our ‘Equipment Shops’ section, in order to choose your technical apparel. Furthermore, we highly recommend you to visit our ‘Accommodation’ section, for nearby accommodation arrangements.

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