Palmeros Point, which is one of the most northern dive sites but well worth the extra boat ride. The deep drop off and its overhangs provide good habitual surroundings for Horse Eye Jacks and Nassau Groupers
The Love Tunnel, so named because people have chosen to marry under water at that location. Spotted Drums have made there home here along with a variety of Sea Fans.
Angel Flats, which provides a variety of different species of Angel Fish-Rocky Beauty, Blue, Gray, French and one of the prettiest fish in the ocean, the Queen Angel. This area also has magnificent canyons.
The Amigos Wreck, a 40 ft cargo ship that sank over 10 years ago and sits in 70 ft of water. Its inhabitants now include big grouper, yellow tailed snappers and nurse sharks.
Eagle Ray Canyon, which is a part of the marine reserve and the canyon, is formed by Stag Horn and Elk Horn Corals.
At Cypress Garden there are possibility of seeing Black and Nassau Grouper, Barracudas, Red Snappers and many other more marine species in large quantities.