This dive site is similar to other dive sites in the area in that it is made up of a fantastic long reef that slopes down towards a sandy bottom. The highlight of the dive site is the beautiful corals that adorn much of the site and there are many small holes, nooks and crannies, crevices, and other hiding places for the variety of marine life that lives here. The marine life is found here in abundance and there are usually many schools of fish.
The dive site is quite deep for the area, getting to 35 metres although divers will find that they average around 12 metres for most of their dive. Visibility can reach 30 metres but divers will find that it is probably around 15 metres. Divers of all experience can dive here and the currents are not usually very strong.
The eastern part of the dive site is where the best corals like and there some beautifully colourful patches in this part of the dive. Divers should expect to find octopus, frogfish, scorpion fish, crocodile fish, batfish, moray idols, jawfish, bannerfish, nudibranchs, anthias, and trevallies. Added to this, divers should find rays, parrotfish, tuna, and different reef sharks.