02. Thunderball Cave (Bahamas)
The name sounds entrancing! Is it accurate to say that it isn’t? This eminent submerged cavern framework has been named after a James Bond motion picture “Thunderball” shot there. It is an extraordinary spot for swimming, jumping and swimming. It is abounding with intriguing marine life and splendidly shaded coral reefs and fish. The passage to this cavern is very covered up. It is encouraged to enter at ebb tide (low or slack tide) and swimming gear is discretionary. At elevated tide, in any case, jumping hardware is vital.