This dive site features a spectacular vertical wall with a plateau that drops down to about 10 metres. Found west of Ngedebus Coral, the reef has large amounts of sea whips, sea fans, and soft corals, so divers can look forward to seeing a great variety of marine life that congregate amongst the corals.
The visibility is excellent and normally is around 30 metres but can extend to about 50 metres. The dive is relatively shallow for the area and starts at about 6 metres going down to about 30 metres. This makes it possible for beginner divers to visit the site. The currents are not strong but they are strong enough for divers to drift along the wall.
Divers can expect to find triggerfish, parrotfish, and many turtles on the shallow parts of the dive. There will also be scorpion fish, crocodile fish, butterfly, rudderfish, snapper, lionfish pufferfish, barracuda, snappers, and cuttlefish. Ornate Eagle Rays are common towards the deeper part of the wall and so are grey reef shark. Juveniles of both of these pelagic fish are very commonly seen patrolling the walls. Spinner dolphins are often seen in large pods swimming around the wall and often curiously come to inspect the activities of divers.