Key Largo, Florida, USA

Key Largo is an island in the Florida Keys in South Florida in the USA. It is a very narrow strip of land whose main activity is scuba diving. For underwater photographers, this is a paradise because dives are shallow, about 10 to 15 meters (30 to 45 feet) and the reefs are well preserved despite the hurricanes that have struck the region. The underwater bottoms of Key Largo is also a national reserve where it is prohibited from fishing industry.

Only fishermen with poles are allowed to fish. Schools of fish are impressive and it's more than a hundred species that live in this region. But Key Largo is also the house of some famous shipwrecks: Spiegel Grove , Bibb, Duane and the Eagle. Key Largo is just a paradise for underwater photographers.

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