This is another fantastic wall dive in Sipadan. Often completed as a drift dive, the site is mostly visited in the afternoon as the sunlight creates some amazing scenery as it reflects off the corals. Found on the Northwest side of the island, this site is famous for its fantastic marine diversity.
The wall begins at around 25 metres and so is a deep dive. It goes down to 40 metres for divers but drops off into the depths of the ocean. Visibility is very good averaging around 20 metres and as there are a lot of things to see starting at 10 metres, the dive site is suitable for all level of divers.
The site will provide divers with the usual array of fantastic Sipadan marine life and has very beautiful brightly coloured yellow, red, and pink corals. There are many types of sea squirts, anemones, and different kinds of sponges. Like other Sipadan sites, there is an abundance of turtles and divers are almost guaranteed to spot them on this site.
Thousands of Barracuda can be found at the edges of the wall, and reef sharks are often found resting on the reef ledges. There are many octopus, lionfish, moray eels, scorpion fish, and garden eels as well as many other types of macro marine life.