The reef forms a drop-off with several small overhangs. The main attraction of this reef is the presence of a large population of pelagic game fish. These include king mackerel, tuna and barracuda that swim in from the open sea to feed. A number of big moray eels and large groupers can also be seen.
On the southern side of Mtwapa Creek. The reef is buoyed.
Best dived after an incoming tide during the diving season. It is a deep dive and only suitable for divers of intermediate to expert level.