The reef at Tarpon Hole is full of massive overhangs, caves, and tunnels. The site hosts large concentrations of tarpon, which at certain times of year can be found schooling here, feeding on myriads of silversides. With their immense tennis ball-size eyes, these prehistoric fish make for a thrilling encounter. The dive depths range from 10 to 40 feet. Though some extremely strong swimmers and divers have been known to dive the site from Elbow Beach, access generally requires a boat.


Location: 32°16'7.68"N, 64°46'32.16"W    Maximum Depth: 40 feet (12.2 meters)    Protected Area Radius - No Fishing: 300m