DIVE SAPPHIRE BLUE HOLEA REFRESHING PLUNGE INTO THE DEEP
Sapphire Blue Hole is a 600-foot deep ocean hole found in North Eleuthera island.
At each of the island’s many blue holes methods for getting in and getting out vary. Obviously, you should consider this before you go for a swim. Many blue holes have built-up docks with ladders or stairs, but others require more extreme measures. Diving in just requires a leap of faith, but getting back out can be a different story!
Sapphire Blue Hole in North Eleuthera is an off-the-beaten-track blue hole that is the most challenging of them all. To get in you have to jump from a 30-ft cliff. To get out you have to scale a wall assisted by a knotted climbing rope. This blue hole is not for children and not for the faint of heart.
Dive into the deep blue
Neverless, the Sapphire Blue Hole remains a very popular attraction, with its clear blue waters, and makes an enjoyable spot for a picnic after you have adventured into its deeps.