Yonaguni Monument

The Yonaguni Monument is a unique dive site located in Japan. This underwater structure is believed to be a man-made formation, sparking debates among archaeologists and divers. With its impressive rock formations, mysterious carved steps, and underwater ruins, this dive offers a thrilling adventure for experienced divers. The difficulty level is moderate, with strong currents and depths reaching up to 30 meters. Divers can explore the monument’s intricate details and encounter a variety of marine life, including hammerhead sharks, manta rays, and colorful reef fish. This dive is a must-visit for those seeking an extraordinary underwater experience.

Yonaguni Monument

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Pacific Ocean
Type of water
Type of dive
Wetsuit Thickness
Visibility (avg)
9.2 m
Air Temperature (avg)
7.8 ºC
Water Temp. (avg)
8.3 ºC
Maximum depth (avg)
22 m
Dive time (avg)
38 mins

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