This spectacular cave dive is actually a dive that takes divers on a journey through many different caverns and caves. The caves and caverns all lie within the Vaadhoo channel and the caves are nice and shallow. As divers progress through them, they become shallower allowing divers to see the different water colours in each cave as the depth changes.
The biggest of the caves has an entrance that starts at 7 metres and drops down to 25 metres. The overhang of this cave is 30 metres and it has a narrow cave inside that has a small swim through in it as well. The caves go all the way down to 40 metres and the visibility is excellent often reaching up to 30 metres. Divers should take care though when inside the caves to not disturb the bottoms as this can reduce the visibility. The caves have a lot of natural light and as they can be dived at relatively shallow levels, novice divers are able to dive here.
As with most of the caves, divers should look up to see the fish swimming upside down along the ceiling. The walls and ceilings are also covered in corals with many of them in vibrant blues and yellows. Amongst the corals, divers can find moray eels, surgeonfish, groupers, and fusiliers. Sometimes inside the caves, turtles, tuna, and white tip reef sharks are also spotted.