Gondol is an excellent reef wall dive that starts on the northern side and slopes down to the eastern side. After this, the wall drops down into the dark blue of the deep ocean. In some areas, there is a sandy bottom and there are sometimes patches of corals found there. As the dive can be quite deep, this dive is a good place to spot larger fish.
The maximum depth of this dive site is around 22 meters. Currents are usually only moderate and so this dive site is great for divers of all abilities. Visibility is normally very good and can reach up to 30 metres with the best conditions between May and November.
There are good levels of marine life here and divers should be able to spot many macro creatures such as small octopus, nudibranchs, and frogfish. Divers will also be able to spot the usual reef fish including frogfish, nudibranchs, scorpionfish, pipefish, angelfish, sweetlips, batfish, butterflyfish, porcupinefish, anthias, damselfish, anemone fish, and clown fish. Divers can also spot fusiliers, trevallies, and snappers. Larger pelagic fish sometimes visit the site and so divers can sometimes spot reef sharks patrolling around the deep dark of the reef. Rays can also be spotted and during the rainy season between November and May, divers can sometimes spot whale sharks.