I've dove Devil's Den many times over the years. The clear spring fed water is a constant 72. Its underground so it tends to feel cooler so wear a 5 or 7ml suit and bring a light. Daylight beams through the center opening and a bright light is always on for safety. There's plenty of fish and I've even seen a fresh water eel on one dive. Lots of "swim throughs" and nooks to look at. The sandstone is full of prehistoric sea shells as well. Basically its an upside down mushroom shape cavern with a debris pile in the center. You dive a big circle. I usually do a first dive at the deeper levels from 25-50'. Then I go around again in the shallower areas. Once I finish with that, often times I'll go do it all again. Yes its a bit pricy but its very well run and has nice facilities. My wife was my dive buddy this last time and she's a bit claustrophobic. We worked her up to it by doing other small caverns in the area first. She really wanted to try so we went with the idea of canceling it at her call. Once she got in there, she was amazed and really enjoyed the dive. We got her down and settled for a few minutes giving her time to look around and realize that she was safe. When we finished she wanted to dive it more and now can't wait till our next return trip.
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