Grouper Hole is one of the most outstanding dive sites in the North Eleuthera area for sheer density & diversity of marine life. Huge overhangs & grottos covered in hard & soft corals all in pristine condition. It's the only real protection for schools of fish in the area. As a result the site is packed with big schools of bermuda chub, bar jacks, as well as occasional reef, nurse, & bull sharks. The site is often subject to strong currents. From Dec to Apr, around the full moon large numbers of Grouper spawn in the area, attracting sharks.