This is another beginner dive in Koh Phi Phi with a depth from 5 meters to about 20 meters. The reef is well known as being a great reef to spot leopard sharks and dolphins often are spotted whilst diving. It is a great site to learn how to dive but it has good coral and a large number of fish making it suitable for all dive levels.
The reef is mostly made up of hard staghorn corals and the current is normally mild making a nice and easy dive. The site is very sheltered as well so there is not much wind or waves. Between February and May, the water temperature can get to a high of 30 degrees meaning that no wet suits are needed to dive here.
Many people come to this dive site just to spot leopard sharks resting on the bottom of the floor. These elusive fish are joined by the many common reef fish of the area; damselfish, angelfish, Moorish idols, anemone species, turtles, eels, and lionfish are commonly seen here. Looking in the nooks and crannies of the pinnacle and the hard coral will also reveal smaller macro marine life. Other types of sharks such as black tip reef sharks and white tip reef sharks can also be spotted here.