- Attractiveness: Coral life. Channels. Good for Snorkeling.
- Maximun depth: 12 m – 40 ft
Visibility: 20 - 30 m; rainy season: 15 - 20 m.
The “Notre Dame” is also called “Lady of the Caribbean” and is a formation of column coral, Dendroggyra cilindrus, and five meters high from its base, at 9 meters deep, to its tallest column. Although the main attraction is seeing this magnificent coral, there are many other coral forms and channels that make the dive very pleasant. The average depth for diving is six meters, which causes that some Elkhorn corals reach out the surface in low tide. The brain corals are large and compact and many young fish find refugee among the venues fans around. There are also two sunken ships but they are totally destroyed although colored by the many fish surrounding them. But undoubtedly, the majestic coral stands as the main character of this story.