We spent a couple hours here. Climbed all over the rocks. Then went snorkeling. Finally, after we were there for hours someone else finally showed up. Just other tourists. Really a great spot and a must see when on Long Island.
It may have been bumped to the second deepest blue hole in the world, but it is still a cool place to explore. Go se it. There is a sign from the Queens highway, the turn is across the street from Loyd's sports lounge. Take the dirt road east all the way to the end and go right. Can't miss...
This is the second Blue Hole we have been to. The first being in Belize. What is amazing about this 600 foot or so blue hole is you can drive to it. Bring a swim suit, driving equipment or snorkel. A good trip!
One of the most beautiful beaches I've visited so far. Miles of pristine white sands. The shoreline is shallow for wading; however, we were advised that there is a dramatic drop at the blue hole that where only experienced swimmers should venture. In comparison to the calm shoreline and the blue hole, the raging ocean can be seen in the...
Turtle Bay, where the Blue Hole is, is absolutely beautiful. You can spend all day here! So restful and peaceful. The Blue Hole is fascinating but be careful. If you feeling energetic you can walk completely around the bay.