shallow dive site with a maximum depth of 10 metres. So named because
of the profusion of juveniles of many fish species as well as Nudibranchs
found here. Ideal for beginners as well as advanced divers who enjoy
looking for all things small and wonderful. Great site for maco
Grand Central Station
adrenaline action with lots of big fish. Gradual slope going down
to 20 metres. This is one place the fish watch you !! Schools of
big Surgeonfish, Parrotfish, Red Snappers, Batfish, Barracudas,
Rabbitfish and many more come cruising by to check YOU out !! We
finish the dive heading to a shallow depth of approx 6 meters where
there are zillions of Red Tooth Triggers and Sergent Majors. Good
chance of spotting Hawksbill turtles as well as metre long Needlefish
near the surface !!
down to 35 metres, this dive site is an ideal one for deep dive
fanatics. Large schools of Barracuda, Tuna and cruising pelagics
are often sighted. The gravel bottom has a gradual slope heading
towards the island where we complete our safety stop in Dini's Delight.
dive with a maximum depth of 8 metres. Gigantic coral head are home
to an incredible variety of fishlife. Good for beginners and photographers
alike, this is a good spot to see lobster, moray eel and several
species of angelfish and surgeonfish not commonly found in these
Cul de Sac
sheer walls on either side, this dive site is a pretty and gentle
dive where one "goes with the flow" !! A gentle surge
takes you into a cul de sac teaming with tiny reef fishes. The bottom
is made up of sea grass where many species of Goby share their home
with the housekeeping shrimp!.
inside ? Stay tuned for the post exploratory dive report!
Update: Eye to eye with a blacktip reef shark rounding up a school
of trevallies! Reported to be the mouth of a tunnel which travels
into the core of the island!
" I want to stay down here forever "
taken from the underwater slate of Jennifer de Souza - PADI Advanced
Need we say more ?!!