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Dive Sites - Lagoon Print


Diving through the gap in the rocks at the temple, you reach a shallow valley that is surrounded by water lilies. Rock formations sit in its centre. We made these very open so that they would be colonised by fish.
The lagoon is meant to be a break in the overall experience. It isn't 'boring' - but completely different than the temple. We expect large stocks of fish and a varied flora in the areas of shallow water.
There is also an emergency overflow in the lagoon area that leads excess rain water into the adjacent lake.

Camera Position: Next to a small rock formation
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Have fun exploring the scuba park which at this point was still dry.

A cliff separates the lagoon from the temple.
You reach the lagoon through a wide gap in the rocks.
The area has the usual, open lagoon structure.

Large open areas are interspersed with single rock formations.
These were made with many gaps - just like coral blocks in the tropics.
The largest one is a retreat for a large school of fish.