You go in and pay a small fee to get a wrist band to be on the property. If you want to go down and actually see devils den you MUST have a snorkel mask and fins. If you don't have them you can rent them there for $10. If your just going to snorkel it will take you about... 更多
Nice place, nicer people and a place I wouldn't hesitate to return to. The dive was awesome. We were here a few years ago, but it seems like they have been making improvements. The grounds are clean and tidy, well maintained and not junk around. The one dive, 75 minutes, was even better since we were the first and only... 更多
Devil's Den is a hidden gem. We were able to take a tour of the cave where people can snorkel or scuba dive. Our guide was very nice and very knowledgable about the history of the area. It is an archeological wonder.
This is a great place to view ancient oaks and look into the sink hole. Man-made pond is in need of TLC - it is very large and there is a nice walk way around it. we found the place very relaxing.
This is one of my new top freshwater dives. There are many stairs to climb, but it is well worth it. The water is the most clear blue/green water ever, and it was a nice 72 degrees. There are lots of swim-throughs and several cool fish to see. It looked like a fun place to camp overnight and relax and... 更多
Another great dive just up the road from the Blue Grotto. Lots of rules here, but nothing to worry about. Pretty cool to go down the steps into the Den. If you are in the area, it is worth the stop.