This is known as one of the best muck dive sites in Bali. The site is a great site for macro photographers and for night dives where the macro world really comes to life. The dive spot has no coral but it has large amounts of sea grass, mushrooms corals, sea pens, and algae covered debris. It is quite spread out and so there is a lot of chance to spot many different macro critters.
The dive site is not very deep with a maximum depth of 30 metres. Divers will find they spend most of their dive around 15 to 20 metres. Visibility is very low with a maximum of only 10 metres but as this is a macro dive site; this should not affect the quality of the dive. There is no current found here and the dive site can be dived all year around but the best time to dive it would be during the winter months when there is less rainfall.
There are many smaller creatures such as anemones, shrimps, squid, cuttlefish, seahorses, and pipefish to discover in the reef. There will be a large number of nudibranchs to spot as well some of, which will be very unusual. Divers should also be able to spot juvenile batfish, barracuda, turtles, lionfish, and moray eels. Macro divers should especially look out for peacock mantis shrimp, box crabs, squat lobsters, cockatoo waspfish, flying gurnards, commensal shrimps, emperor shrimp, coconut octopus, mimic octopus, dragonets, sea moths, and stargazers. On the sandy bottom, it is also common to spot a number of flounders.