This dive site is a place to see many schools of fish alongside some hinting marine iguanas. This is a unique site as divers are more or less guaranteed to spot the marine iguanas diving alongside scuba divers.
The dive site drops all the way down to 40 metres with an average depth of around 20 metres. The currents here are minimal with visibility levels of around 10 to 15 metres. The water temperature here can drop down to 16 degrees but this depends on the season and the weather. Divers of all abilities can visit this dive site.
The dive site is popular for divers who want to photograph marine iguanas but it is popular for all divers as well. These are joined by wahoo, wrasse, and jacks. Divers can also spot harlequin wrasse here, as they like to congregate here. Sea lions also visit the area and so they can also be seen on a dive. Juvenile sea lions are common here during the right season. Several seabirds often join the melee and so divers can watch as birds, lizards, and sea lions all compete for the many fish available on the site. Manta rays visit the site as well as sea turtles.