This lovely dive site has some remarkable topography and is highly recommended. Found near Koh Tao Island, there are many underwater rock boulders, or underwater pinnacles, here and so the topography provides marine life with many hiding places. The site is from around 10 meters to about 29 meters. The current here can become quite strong at times and there are parts that can go down to about 40 meters but these are only suitable for more advanced divers.
The dive starts at the top of the rock formation, which levels out to form a sort of table of boulders at ten meters. This then gradually goes down and divers can explore the different holes, tunnels, nooks, and crannies of the boulders as they swim along.
There are quite a number of Hawksbills turtles that use the area as a hiding spot and there is also a resident Green turtle although this turtle is a lot shyer than the other turtles. Divers will also be able to see boxfish, puffer fish, snappers, and many other juvenile reef fish hiding amongst the boulders. If you are a diver that likes to explore a larger more varied topography, than this dive site will definitely be a highlight, and makes a great choice for a dive site.