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Playa Kalki



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Latitude: 12.37550

Longitude: -69.15784

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Site Access: Shore

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Approximate Depth:
18m / 60ft


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"Alice in Wonderland"

Reviewed Jan. 4, 2018

Descending on this site is quite a bit like reading Chapter One – “Down the Rabbit Hole of Lewis Carroll’s 1865 novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”! As you descend you literally feel yourself getting smaller and smaller as the hard coral formations rise up to become larger and larger, growing in some cases over 60 feet/18m in height encompassing a host of hiding places for the unusual characters we have in our story like the pair of resident frogfish and octopus! Of course, we regularly see Hawksbill Turtles, Eagle Rays, large schools of Boga’s being hunted by Yellow Fin Tuna and so on… but really the attraction of Alice in Wonderland is the beautiful coral formations and all that hides within!!

The key to diving this site is to dive it “Slow”… believe me, you will be amazed at what you find!!

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Visited January 2018

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