This is a fantastic dive site that has all of the hallmark features of a classic Seychelles dive site. Diving in this area is characterised by granite formations that provide divers with interesting formations to explore and normally includes boulders, canyons, swim throughs, crevices, and a number of nooks and crannies. These all are fantastic hiding areas for marine life and so divers can expect good quantities of marine life.
The dive site has an average depth of 10 metres and visibility is normally very good going up to 30 metres. It is an interesting dive site because of the explorative nature of any dive here. There are also many different fish to spot and in particular, it is famous for being home to many giant groupers that can grow up to 2 metres long. These are joined by many Napoleon wrasse and the usual marine life that is found in the islands.
Divers can check out all the nooks and crannies and will normally spot schools of snappers, giant pufferfish, large schools of barracuda, and groups of jack fish. Other groupers such as the marbled grouper are also common. Giant pufferfish are also spotted here, as are many different types of reef shark. It is very close to Anse Lazio, which is often cited as being the best beach in the world, and this makes a great spot for the dive interval.