The deepest natural hole in the world is the "Dean's Blue Hole," which is located in the Bahamas. It is a submerged sinkhole that plunges 202 meters (663 feet) deep.
Certainly! The Dean's Blue Hole is a natural sinkhole that is located in a bay on Long Island in the Bahamas. It is a nearly perfect circular hole that is approximately 30 meters (100 feet) wide at the surface and plunges 202 meters (663 feet) deep. The hole is named after a local fisherman named Dean who used to fish in the area.
The Dean's Blue Hole is popular among divers, as it offers a unique experience to explore the depths of the hole. The clear blue water and the surrounding coral reefs make it a popular destination for divers, and it has been used for various diving competitions.
The hole is believed to have been formed during the last ice age when sea levels were much lower than they are now. The hole is located in a shallow lagoon that was once a dry cave system that filled with water as sea levels rose.
The Dean's Blue Hole is not only the deepest natural hole in the world but also the second deepest underwater sinkhole. The deepest underwater sinkhole is the Dragon Hole, which is located in the South China Sea and is 300 meters (984 feet) deep.