This is a very famous dive site and it is visited by most divers who come to the area. It is mainly well known for the large variety of marine life in the area and the very healthy hard and soft corals.
The wall dive starts at around 3 metres and the wall drops down to about 37 metres. There are a number of small caves, and crevices and cracks on the wall. There is a good overhang at around 40 metres and divers with a dive torch will be able to spot the Comet fish that is normally hiding in the small caves and cracks. This small fish gets its name from the night sky, which is said to resemble the pattern of the fish.
The most common fish to spot will be batfish, hawkfish, lionfish, butterflyfish, angelfish, and barracuda. Macro divers will be very happy here, as they will easily spot ghost pipefish, seahorses including Pygmy seahorses, and different coloured nudibranchs. Amongst the staghorn corals, divers should look into the coral to find the unique but shy Mandarin fish. They get their name from the clothes of Chinese Mandarins that were as vibrantly coloured as these fish and they are most commonly found around dusk. Diving at night is a great opportunity for divers to spot crabs, shrimps, and other crustaceans that are nocturnally living including the Blue-Ringed Octopus. These are remarkable creatures and known as one of the most venomous creatures in the ocean. They only attack when they cannot escape and give off a lot of warning by first pulsing and then changing colour very rapidly giving a clear chance for divers to back away.