This dive site is a fantastic reef with some great coral cover and a large variety of fish life. The translation of the dive site name is three sisters and this is because the dive site is made up of 3 very large submerged rocks that are really close together. As they are close together and only around 10 metres apart, divers are able to swim to each of them on the same dive.
The three rocks are sitting on a sandy bottom and are found from around 20 metres of water to about 3 metres of water. Most divers will find themselves averaging at around 15 metres for their dive. Visibility is great with a maximum visibility of around 30 metres and the currents can be very strong. These currents can be difficult to navigate and so the site is not suitable for novice divers. The site actually has a fourth rock or a fourth sister which lies to the west of the first three rocks. This is in deeper water and drops down to around 40 metres. All of the rocks are covered from head to toe in many vibrantly coloured soft corals, which in turn are home to an array of marine life. There are a number of sea fans amongst these sea corals and these are great to explore for smaller marine life.
Divers should be able to spot many frogfish, sea squirts, sea cucumbers, and nudibranchs. The rocks usually have a number of smaller reef fish as well resident in the area, and in the surrounding waters, it is easy to spot patrolling pelagic fish including different types of sharks.