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Cave Diving in Florida

Florida is one of the best places in the world for cave diving, cavern diving, and underwater springs — our version of “Cenotes”.

Here are a few places worth exploring for a cave diving adventure.

Warning: Cave diving is extremely dangerous. Only properly trained, certified and experienced divers should ever attempt to dive in any sort of over-head environment, or confined area. Many people die every year in cave diving accidents.

Devil’s Den, Williston

Known for its unique underground spring inside a cave, Devil’s Den offers a beautiful and unique diving experience.

Blue Grotto Dive Resort, Williston

With the largest and deepest clear water cavern in North Florida, the Blue Grotto Dive Resort is a must-visit for divers of all skill levels.

Ginnie Springs, High Springs

Ginnie Springs is a popular destination for cavern diving, and recreational spring visitors. Ginnie Springs has a number of underwater formations, and has crystal-clear waters.

Peacock Springs State Park

This park is home to one of the largest and longest underwater cave systems in the world, attracting cave divers from around the world. It is also one of the most popular dive sites for cave diving training and certification.

Morrison Springs

Morrison Springs is located in the Florida panhandle. This spring offers a beautiful cavern diving experience with its clear water and beautiful natural surroundings.

Hospital Hole

Hospital Hole is a popular cavern diving site on the Weeki Wachee River. The Weeki Wachee Springs system is one of the deepest and largest spring systems in the world. Hospital Hole may be suitable for propery trained and equipped open-water divers, as long as they do not descend deeper than the hydrogen sulfide layer, which limits visibility and is dangerous to pass.

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