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5 of the world's most popular cave dive sites

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Ben's-Cave
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Ben's Cave

Bahamas

One of two inland blue holes in the Lucayan National Park on Grand Bahama Island, Ben’s Cave is one of the most popular among intrepid explorers. Thought to be one of the longest cavern systems in the world, so far more than nine kilometres have been charted. Divers must be accompanied by a certified guide and will be able to see ancient stalactites, stalagmites and fossilised shells.

The limestone cavern was also the filming site for James Bond’s scene with a (mechanical) shark in Never Say Never, a great movie location to visit on a luxury yacht

Picture courtesy of Shutterstock.com / Thomas Lorenz

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