This dive site was only discovered very recently and is a well known dive site for muck diving and for macro underwater photography. It is considered one of the best macro dive sites in Bali. The black sand provides a perfect background to the vibrant colours of the many critters that can be found here. Divers often dive here more than once as it is a very popular dive site as well for night diving.
This is a very shallow depth with a maximum of 12 metres. Divers will average around 5 to 10 metres and so need to be able to control their buoyancy at these depths. Visibility is good with a maximum of 20 metres averaging at around 10 metres. The currents here are normally weak and all level of divers can dive here throughout the year.
The different types of macro life found here are very diverse. Divers should be able to find a large variety of different crabs and shrimps including harlequin shrimps. They will also be able to find sea urchins, blennies, sea cucumbers, and flat worms. There are some corals along the bottom and these are home to many trumpet fish, angelfish, surgeonfish, and parrotfish that use the corals as a good hiding spot.
Divers with a keen eye should also be able to spot many species of striped catfish, cuttlefish, dragonets, frogfish, seahorses, nudibranchs, pipefish, mimic octopus, and fire fish. Unique to this site are a number of spots that are reserved for cleaning stations for moray eels and so divers can often see these eels out in the open.