This dive site was once named the fifth best dive site in the world and offers divers a fantastic mix of both macro and muck diving as well as the chance to see larger pelagic fish. This is the house reef of the resorts on the island and definitely a dive site that should be visited.
The site is a sloping reef that goes down to around 20 metres deep and is home to many different types of marine life. Visibility here is good, getting up to 30 metres and the currents are very mild. Below this sloping reef, divers can explore five small wrecks. Normally, giant stingrays can be found at the base of these wrecks. There are also potato groupers that grow to over two metres in length. Jack fish and barracuda are found here in large schools as well. Within the wrecks, divers can spot many different types of invertebrates including shrimps, different types of nudibranchs, spider crabs, and orangutan crabs.
Macro divers will find stonefish, wasp fish, ghost pipefish, mimic octopus, and blue ring octopus. All of these are common sightings on dives on this site. The sloping reefs are home to many different coloured frogfish and leaf scorpion fish. At dusk, there is another treat for divers. Within the coral, as the sunsets, mandarin fish perform their mating ritual that is a fantastic ritual to observe and adds to this amazing dive site.