Blue Holes is a massive rock formation housing many small caves. Divers are treated to view like no other as beams of light pour in from openings overhead. At one time, this formation was above ground, but rising oceans and erosion gradually created the formation we enjoy today!
Ebb and Flows!
Due to complex tidal flows, items will sometimes drift into Blue Holes... including some truly rare objects!
Flora, Fauna, and Geography
Blue Holes is inhabited by many small fish, such as sailfin tang, clown triggerfish, and emperor angelfish. It's also home to several smaller fish under zoom-mode spots, especially around the coral and sponges that dot the rocky sections of the seafloor; These smaller fish include life like Starck's Demoiselle and Blue-Green Chromis.
Location and Geography
Blue Holes resembles a large cave, with a couple of entrances near the seafloor and four large holes in the ceiling. Light streams through these holes, giving the whole place a calm, eerie feel, as the rest of the cave is fairly dark.
According to Alfred Thorman, this location is a site of frequent treasure findings, having something to do with the currents making things drift here. However, Blue Holes is only home to two static treasures: the Dolphin Medal and a fragment of the Whale-God Mirror.
The Thimble of Mele Patua, also known as Mele Patswa's Pocket, is a small, unmarked landmark that is home to hardly anything of interest to the player. All that resides here is a giant barrel sponge and a few smaller fish common to the area.