This is another fantastic drift dive that has a stunning underwater scenery. It is reserved for advanced divers, however, as the navigation here, can be quite tricky due to the currents and surges. The dive is most interesting in the shallower parts where the current meets the reef.
The dive site is only 30 metres deep with divers averaging depths of around 10 metres. The currents are normally moderate but they can become strong. They are accompanied by strong surges that can pull divers in different directions. Visibility only gets to about 16 metres and averages at about 7 metres.
Divers normally see schools of hammerhead sharks, silky sharks, Galapagos sharks, and white tip reef sharks. Common to the site are also sea lions that duck in from land to hunt underwater. They are joined by turtles and dolphins. Divers can also spot goatfish, grunts, pompanos, creole fish, surgeonfish, batfish, pufferfish, blennies, butterflyfish, wrasse, and barracuda. Some rays can be seen here including eagle rays, stingrays, and manta rays. Moray eels are found hiding amongst the rocks and corals and divers should spend some time holding onto the reef to explore the reef for smaller creatures such as nudibranchs and small sea horses. These are normally found hiding amongst the black corals.