This is a lovely drift dive that offers divers not only many larger pelagic fish but also some fantastic topography. The dive site is found in the South Male Atoll and is relatively deep going down to around 50 metres although most divers stay between 10 and 20 metres. The site is made up of a channel with many overhangs and divers should be experienced with drift diving to complete this dive. Divers will need to always monitor their buoyancy and keep an eye on their depth whilst swimming along the reef.
The overhangs are covered in many sponges, sea fans, and hard corals. There are many smaller little crevices, canyons, and grottos as well that divers can explore. Divers can hold onto the reef and explore to see if they can find any nudibranchs, crabs, lobsters, or other little critters amongst the corals.
Divers can expect to see many spotted eagle rays, white tip reef sharks, grey reef sharks, turtles, and fusiliers. Divers have commonly found large groups of hunting sharks in packs of over twenty at this site. There are also moray eels and Napoleon wrasse to be discovered. There will also be butterflyfish, angelfish, pufferfish, and scorpionfish on this dive site.