A gorgeous reef with a lot of different corals and lots of small fishes. There is a slight current which is perfect for a nice drift dive along the beautiful small bommies and table corals. This spot is even interesting for snorkelers and easy to reach on foot or by scooter.
Starting at 6 meters, this lovely reef of beautiful soft corals and thriving hard corals gives you clouds of anthias as well as scorpion fish, moray eels, trumpet fish, puffers, and giant trevallies. At around 10 meters, as you drift with the current, you will see bommies with a lot of sweetlips and schools of fish including jackfish and batfish.
A shallow reef with lots of corals at about 15 to 20 meters that slopes down. There is a great chance to see the Mola Mola here at several cleaning stations. The visibility is good but the water can be quite cold. During my dives, the temperature dropped down to 18 degrees Celsius.
There are two spots called Manta Point. Both are only about 12 to 15 meters deep. One is a favorite feeding spot because of the high amount of plankton, but the visibility is poor. The other more southern spot is a cleaning station. Usually you can spot the Manta rays from the boat before entering the water.
I used again my contour roam action cam with the underwater camera case. It is a very tiny video
camera without a control monitor. Turn it on and it records until you switch it off. I use a velcro
strap to tighten the camera to my arm and here is the result.
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