This is a great dive site providing a serene dive along a fantastic dive wall. Divers come here for photography and to see big fish and sharks. The wall has some very good corals on it and divers should definitely take time away from looking at the larger marine mammals, to explore these corals.
The maximum depth of the dive site is 30 metres but divers will find themselves having a dive averaging around 18 metres. Visibility is normally good and can reach 30 metres. Divers can expect to have levels of around 15 metres. The currents are normally moderate but they can pick up.
Divers can expect to see King angelfish, moray eels, groupers, snappers, scorpionfish, spadefish and surgeonfish. The coral here is very colourful and there are a large variety of different types of coral. Divers should be able to spot shrimps, nudibranchs, and frogfish amongst the corals and it is common to see garden eels. Sea lions and marine iguanas often can be spotted hunting in the water and they are joined by sightings of turtles. Divers should be able to see different types of sharks such as black tip reef sharks, white tip reef sharks, and Galapagos sharks. Rays are also common to the dive site so divers should look out to spot golden rays, eagle rays, and stingrays.