A large number of islands are found in the Caribbean Sea can give you the scuba diving experience of a lifetime. The islands attract scuba divers, snorkelers, water sport enthusiasts and honeymooners You can combine adventures with less demanding activities such as relaxing under a lush palm tree at the sandy beach while contemplating your next adventure in a wonderful surrounding. Other recommended pastimes include taking a cruise, enjoying the Caribbean environment, renting a boat, enjoying the ocean view from a cliff, visiting an historical area and learn more about the fascination history – a history that includes European settlers and more well know parts of the history as the age of the pirate buccaneers. Tourist from the US, Europe and the rest of the world consider, Los Hermanos Island as a place for having fun as well as for winding down and leaving all stressful thoughts behind.
Los Hermanos Island is a good Caribbean destination for scuba divers. Los Hermanos Island is surrounded by coral reefs and encircled by thousands of islands, islets, caves and reefs. The area around Los Hermanos Island is called West Indies, the area was named by Christopher Columbus based on his misconception that he had reached Asia when he first sat foot in the Caribbean after crossing the Atlantic Ocean on his way from Europe.
The waters surroundingLos Hermanos Island is clear and outstanding visibility which is appreciated by dive lovers and under water videographers. The water around Los Hermanos Island is less salty than the Atlantic and the Caribbean Sea isn't affected much by tidal forces. Los Hermanos Island water temperatures are warm year round and the average water temperature in the area around Los Hermanos Island is 75°F / 24°C, this combined makes for great diving. The sea around Los Hermanos Island was once known for piracy and wreck divers can find wrecks in large quantities. If you are planning to dive for a longer period of time or to larger depth you might choose to use a full suite if the dive takes place during the period from December to March, a half wetsuit is sufficient from April to November. In the summer time, May to October, you can enjoy nude scuba diving since the water is so warm. The currents surrounding Los Hermanos Island moves counter-clockwise. The Lesser Antilles is the entry point for the water that enters the Caribbean Sea, and is warmed by the Caribbean climate. The Yucatan Channel then serves as the outlet for the water to leave the Caribbean Sea where it turns into the Gulf Stream.
The Caribbean’s has a dramatic history and the area was created by volcanic activity in prehistoric times, when lava that flowed from the earths inner was being cooled of by the sea. The coral reefs surrounding Los Hermanos Island has been the home of for generations of calcium carbonated based corals that created the reefs. All corals need suitable places to grow on upon which they can attach them selves, one suitable surface is lava stone. As one coral polyp dies its skeleton is used by other coral polyps to attach them selves on and this is how coral reefs grows. Coral reefs are primarily found in tropical areas with warm waters such as the waters surrounding Los Hermanos Island. The waters in this area are ideal for polyps to form coral reefs, due to the warm and very clear water. Clear waters and tropical sun means that the corals get all the light the need and the corals use the sunlight to grow. Coral in them selves are unable to synthesise energy through photosynthesis, but they form an intricate relationship with other life forms that are capable of photosynthesis that do the photosynthesise in their place. One of many relationships that show of the great complexity of the vibrant reef ecosystem. Los Hermanos Island is the home to a number of sea creatures and the waters surrounding Los Hermanos Island are bustling with marine life. Small colourful reef fishes and lower life forms found in the sea such as sea snails and sea cucumbers. There is also a good chance that you can encounter larger sea species, such as the great white shark.