Deep Slope dive site is an interesting reef that is separated by a unique underwater sand dune where weird gobie eel type fish can be seen frolicking in the sand.
The first half of the reef is where you look for the pygmy seahorse living amongst the rubble on the sandy bottom. After the sand dune, the soft corals come to life.
The mini wall is covered in colourful corals, sea fans and sponges and hides a wide variety of marine life including frog fish, scorpion fish, morays and an abundance of brightly coloured reef fish.
A busy dive site it is best dived in small groups.