This site, located near to Siladen Island, is another amazing dive within the Bunaken National Park. It is famous for its vertical wall as well as the considerable cave within this wall. It has quite strong currents that will probably dictate your dive trip but you will drift along the stunningly beautiful wall face that has many soft and hard corals. There is rich marine life and because of the current, many whip tail and wire corals.
The diversity of coral includes moray eels, damselfish, eagle rays, angelfish and many blennies. On the wall, there will be a variety of lobster, crabs, nudibranchs, shrimps and starfish. Boxfish, puffers and eels are very common too.
There are a large number of larger pelagic fish such as trevally, tuna, snapper, and wrasse and a highlight is the sand patch that slopes down at the bottom and is a great resting place for stingray.
The variety of coral makes it a great place for photography but care must be taken with the currents.