This site has not only an abundance of marine life but also a thila that has split in two creating a large canyon. Divers can swim through this canyon but should take care to not disturb the corals along the walls of the canyon.
The site starts at a reef around 12 metres and descends down to about 30 metres into the canyon. The visibility is normally good, getting to a maximum of 25 metres. The currents can be strong and divers can complete the dive as a drift dive. Dive gloves or a diving hook can be useful so that divers can stop to have a look around at the fish swimming by. As usual, when using diving gloves and diving hooks, divers should take care to not disturb the marine life. Sometimes what may look like a part of the reef could also be something dangerous such as a stonefish.
The dive is covered in fish and divers can expect to see jacks out in the blue, triggerfish closer to the reef, and a large amount of anthias, all on display. There will also be butterflyfish, angelfish, pufferfish, moray eels, scorpionfish, turtles, and also Napoleon wrasse. The fan corals are very good on this site as are the soft corals that hide the usual macro life.