This is a great dive site and is ranked as one of the best dive sites in the Indian Ocean. This dive site has exceptional amounts of very healthy coral, has an abundance of macro life, is home to large pelagic fish, and is a spectacular dive because of all of this.
The average depth of dives here is normally around 15 metres with a maximum depth of 23 metres. Visibility is not very good and reaches a maximum of only around 10 metres but currents are very low.
Commonly spotted here are the seasonal whale sharks, whilst throughout the year, divers can see grey reef sharks and white tip reef sharks. These are found in the deeper parts of the dive and are joined by groupers and eagle rays.
With the low levels of visibility, diving can be restricted to macro diving but this will provide many rewards for the patient diver. There are many colourful reef fish, moray eels, octopus, seahorses, invertebrates, anemones, and nudibranchs to be discovered. Jacks, turtles, and large groups of catfish are also home here; the latter are usually found hiding behind the granite boulders.