This dive site is often said to be the best dive site in the Seychelles. It is made up of a granite plateau that has many granite boulders that are teeming with vast numbers of marine life. This is mixed up with the presence of the amazing whale sharks that appear during the season and can create a truly magnificent panoramic underwater view.
Starting at 19 metres and dropping down to 45 metres deep, the site is well known for many reasons. This includes the many white tip reef sharks that live here as well as the grey stingrays that congregate in large numbers. There are fantasea stingrays and marbled stingrays to be spotted. There are also huge numbers of schooling fish, such as barracuda and jack fish, so many that divers often cannot see much further than these large swirling masses of marine life. Added to this there is also the wreck of a sunken tanker that creates stunning pictures as eagle rays glide past.
Divers will be able to spot batfish, lobsters, jack fish, Napoleon wrasse, frogfish, red snappers, pufferfish, lionfish, yellow snappers, cowfish, butterfly fish, humphead parrotfish, octopus, damselfish, and angelfish. There are turtles and the aforementioned various types of shark. All of this combined ensures that divers will never be dissatisfied with this dive site.