This is another great dive site in the area for learning how to dive and for refresher courses. There is a great coral reef where new divers can learn the art of scuba and can begin their underwater exploration. The reef is made up of a sloping reef that is found alongside a large channel. The reef then slopes down to a sandy bed.
Divers can visit all year around with the best dive time being between April and November as the dry season provides better visibility. The dive is quite shallow only reaching depths of 20 metres and most of the reef is accessible at 6 metres. Visibility reaches only 15 metres but this is sufficient for divers to be able to see most of the reef.
New and experienced divers should be able to spot lionfish, sea snakes, blue spotted rays, moray eels, and many types of nudibranchs. The corals come in many different formations and are housing octopus, mantis shrimps, seahorses, and other smaller creatures. Snorkelers often use this spot as well given the shallowness of the corals. There are a number of large gorgonian fans across the reef and they can be found swaying in the current that builds up around the full moon. Overall, this quick and easy dive is great as a refresher course dive.