This dive site is well known for the very strong currents, and whilst these create difficult diving conditions, they also bring in the nutrients that mean large numbers of marine life congregate here. Divers will be able to see many different types of marine life and some very good corals.
The diving depths are normally between 10 and 25 metres. Visibility is quite good and is around 10 to 20 metres. Currents can be strong here and are sometimes accompanied by surges but this dive site is suitable for all divers.
Divers normally will be able to spot sea stars, tiger snake eels, tuna fish, sea turtles, wrasse, surgeonfish, and pufferfish. Divers will be able to explore the nooks and crannies and should find many different types of seahorse. Divers will also find nudibranchs, Panamic Horse Conches, octopus, sea cucumber, and many different types of nudibranch. The site is well known for being home to many different types of sea horse as well and divers have often found sea horses mating, looking after juveniles, and even watching the male seahorses giving birth. This is a very rare experience as a diver and so it is well worth checking out this dive site for this reason.