This great dive is actually made up of two separate dive sites that can be completed together. The currents are also strong and sometimes unpredictable which means that divers also need to be careful of conditions here. This is a cave spot and so like with all cave dives, divers will need to be experienced to complete it.
The site has some very healthy hard and soft corals with many reef fish in abundance; there are many Gorgonian fans, black coral, and many types of soft coral. Divers can expect to see moray eels, tuna, barracuda, octopus, Napoleon wrasse, and cuttle fish. The coral also house many small crabs, shrimps, and nudibranchs as well as many of the usual reef fish found in the region.
The main highlight of the dive however is the small cave that is a sleeping spot of several white tip and black tip reef sharks. Divers can go into this cave and watch the sharks as they rest and get some absolutely stunning photos. Sometimes they are joined by stingrays and Mola Mola who all use the cave as a safe spot to rest. Lionfish and lobsters have also taken over this cave making this a really fantastic experience for divers.