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Grand Central Station - Solomon Islands

Grand Central Station is a boat accessible salt water dive site, located in Gizo, Solomon Islands. The maximum depth is over 150ft/46m. The average visibility is 91-100ft/28-30m.

Don’t try and fight the current at this spectacular, yet fierce, spot it’s strong enough to rip your mask off. Relax, go with the flow and watch the show as you are propelled along. This site holds one of the highest concentrations of fish on the planet and you’ll witness a meeting of the large and small. Giant eagle rays, sharks, barracuda and batfish twirl around in a spellbinding dance. Minutes off the coast of the north shore of Guana Island by boat.

If its underwater action you need then this is the place. The most north-western tip of the Gizo islands is the merge point for oceanic currents and it’s here where the fishlife, big and small, is at it’s best. In the big currents the waters are patrolled by sharks, trevally and batfish. A relatively easy dive for all levels of experience and there is no need to go deep to see all the activity. This site is known for having the second highest fish count in the world, with over 270 different species of fish identified in a single tank dive! The dive starts after lunch on Njari Island, starting just 20 M off the shore, making it easy access for both snorklers and divers.

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