Palancar Horseshoe's name comes from the stunning, natural u-shaped amphitheater painted with bright encrusting sponges, hanging vines and corralines which can be seen from the surface. Magnificent towers are home to colonies of silvery hydroids, vibrant tangled rope sponges and flat corals. A multitude of rocky ledges and drop-offs adorned with scarlet gorgonians and black corals create a dramatic landscape that tumbles down into the deep blue waters below.
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