This dive site is well known as a great dive site for pelagic fish. The fish are drawn to the site by the strong currents found here. These currents are constantly strong and so divers need to make sure they have good levels of dive experience before diving here.
The maximum depth of the dive is 33 metres with most divers reporting averages of around 30 metres as the pelagic fish tend to be found in the deeper parts of the dive. Visibility is normally quite good averaging at around 20 metres but it can be as good as 30 metres. Diving conditions are best between May and November but divers can dive at this site all year around. The dive site is a canyon with a number of caves where pelagic fish congregate.
Divers are likely to see different types of rays and sharks including marble rays, manta rays, black tip reef sharks, and white tip reef sharks. The elusive Mola Mola are found here, especially in the lower parts of the dive.
Other pelagic fish that are normally spotted include dogtooth tuna, Spanish mackerel, barracudas, giant trevallies, and napoleon wrasse. Divers should also be able to spot turtles, sea snakes, fusiliers, snappers, sweetlips, triggerfish, surgeonfish, parrotfish, batfish, and groupers. Smaller reef fish tend to congregate here.