The End of the World is one of those amazing wall dive sites that drop off, well, down to the end of the world! This provides divers with a large area of coral wall to discover and explore. Divers can go down to 40 metres on the wall and the entire wall is covered in many different types of corals, both soft and hard.
The dive site goes down all the way to 40 metres but most divers will stay in the shallower parts of the dive around 5 metres. Visibility is normally very good with a maximum of 30 metres. The current can be very strong and divers will normally find currents here and so this dive site is normally only dived by experienced divers.
Divers will find fantastic coral coverage that is untouched and in pristine condition. There are many colourful marigold corals on the wall, whip corals, and some table corals growing along the wall. The wall has many shelves, overhangs, nooks and crannies, and crevices that divers can explore. Divers will discover many smaller types of marine life amongst these spaces including nudibranchs, shrimps, and crabs. There are also the larger fish here including pelagic fish. Divers will easily spot many white tip sharks, moray eels, and manta rays.