Welcome to SEA Undersea
SEA Undersea is a site dedicated to providing you with detailed travel information to help you enjoy the fantastic scuba diving opportunities that await you around Southeast Asia (SEA Undersea - get it?). There are an awful lot of great destinations to cover, so like most good web sites, this one will never be finished, as there are always new things to add and keep updated. I now have a fairly comprehensive guide to Thailand dive sites as well as Indonesia. Malaysia's East Coast is filled out.
One of the challenges to planning a scuba diving vacation to Southeast Asia is figuring out which destination will have the best conditions for the time of year you plan to go. To help you out, I've prepared a Southeast Asia Dive Calendar showing what's best when.
This is not my first web site. I've been developing free on-line travel guides to Southeast Asia for over ten years. Those guides to the "dry land" side of Southeast Asia complement this one. To learn more about me and this site, read about us.
West Indian Sea Egg (Cozumel)
These little critters are a type of sea urchin. They seem to be most easily spotted around sunset, when they come out to feed. As the sun sets, they will find a place to settle in for the night and begin to lift little bits of broken coral, rocks or whatever up onto their bodies, passing it along the spines to the top of their small bodies. More rocks will join them until the egg is completely camouflaged to look like just a pile of stones. This little guy, spotted just off my resort in Cozumel, was just getting started when I snapped him.
April 3, 2015
Posted by Michael under Photos