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Ben's Cave

Named for UNEXSO legend, Ben Rose, Ben's Cave is one of the two inland blue holes within The Lucayan National Park. This natural feature is definitely a sight to see and a dive into the cavern is a visit into the ancient past. The clear upper portion of the water within the cave is fresh. It floats on top of the lower saltwater. The passages within this cavern system extend horizontally for thousands of yards and it is deemed to be one of the longest surveyed cavern systems in the world. You must be accompanied by an authorized dive instructor in order to dive here, which will be arranged prior to the dive date. During the dive, a showcase of interesting features will be on display such as stalactites, stalagmites, a halocline, fossilized conch shells, bivalves, and much more.

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