This dive site is made up of a cave system with five separate caves or chambers all of which are connected and are a fantastic dive site for exploration. Found in the Malakal Harbour in Koror, the cave system at one time was an open-air cave above sea level. Over time, stalactites and stalagmites grew into formations that look like chandeliers. This created the different chambers as well. When the sea levels rose, the caves entrance was sealed and was only accessible under water. Four of the chambers are now water filled with a small chamber whilst the last one is above water but still connected to the other chambers.
Visibility is excellent but divers should be careful with disturbing the sandy bottom as they enter the caves. The entrance to the caves is at around 4 metres, the bottom is quite shallow at around 12 metres, and there is no current. This dive should only be completed by qualified and trained cave divers. Divers can easily explore the first four chambers but to get to the fifth chamber, divers will have to remove their dive gear and then crawl and slide through some very tight spaces.
The caves are home to Mandarin Fish, which are only found in very few places. Cardinal fish and soldier fish are also common and along the walls of the caves, there are many crabs and shrimps.