This is another great Bali dive site with a reef with some steep slopes, surrounded by a sandy bottom. The dive site also has a number of rock formations, with the whole site full of many different types of corals all in varying colours. Divers will find some beautiful sponges and sea fans as well as table corals and fire corals. The coral reef drops down to over 60 metres in some parts of the dive.
The currents here are normally mild but there can sometimes be some down currents, which divers should watch out for whilst diving. The best dive conditions are from March through to October when there is less wind and rain. The dive starts at around 10 metres and goes down to about 60 metres. It is often used as a technical dive or a deep dive because of these depths. Visibility is normally very good reaching 30 metres although it tends to hover around 10 metres.
There are many different species here and divers should be able to spot napoleon wrasse, scorpionfish, groupers, cuttlefish, trevallies, dartfish, jawfish, turtles, and damselfish. Large pelagic fish are also present and these include manta rays, white tip reef sharks, black tip reef sharks, and tuna fish. These larger fish are drawn to the dive site because of the mild currents that bring many nutrients to the area. This can sometimes mean that Mola Mola or sunfish can be spotted here.