La Paz, Mexico (PRWEB) November 10, 2004
In the aptly named Sea of Cortez a rich booty of treasure has recently been discovered, mind you not in pieces of eight but rather an ecological treasure of enormous wealth.
Located in varying depths between 65 and 130 feet of water, 032 degrees, and 8.2 miles from northernmost tip of Isla Partida off the coast of La Paz, Mexico scuba divers have found an underwater El Dorado.
This underwater volcano, known as a seamount, is described in stunning detail in the new bestselling novel "Diving The Seamount". El Bajo, as it is known by the locals, is a magnificent dive spot rated one of the top ten in the world.
Part of its mystique, naturally, has been in the difficulty in both locating it and getting adequate transportation to the seamount. Simply put, there is no easy way to get to the seamount.
Until recently divers needed to kluge together a wide variety of sources, some more true than others, in locating this proverbial Atlantis.
TheSeamount.com has endeavored to solve this frustrating problem by collecting the verified knowledge of this amazingly spiritual dive spot on one web address. In addition, this website serves as a springboard in launching dive expeditions by partnering with CNN/Weather, ScubaToys.com, and Amazon.com to provide divers with additional resources.
Why have experienced divers rated this spot so highly? Pelagics, and lots of them. The seamount is renowned for the sheer number of circling scalloped hammerhead sharks, playful manta rays, and an embedded green moray eel colony. "Diving The Seamount" captures all of this in a mind's eye for the landlocked adventurer.
So before your next dive expedition, make sure to check out one of the top places in the world, the seamount off the coast of La Paz, Baja Mexico at TheSeamount.com, you won't be disappointed!
To experience the physical and spiritual beauty of the seamount, without the circling hammerhead sharks and in the comfort of your own home, pick up a copy of "Diving The Seamount" for yourself or the sportsman in your life today.
"Diving The Seamount" by Tom Rapko, ISBN 0595320856, is available for $11.95 at all major book retailers including Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble
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