• Boulders, Sand & Shale
• Assorted Hard & Soft Corals
• Trigger Fish, Butterfly Fish, Rays, Moray Eels
• Slight to Moderate Currents
• 10 to 20 Meters Visibility
• All Levels of Divers
As you head south towards the rocks, the sand is slowly replaced by boulder corals rich in small bivalves and plume worms. Beyond the boulder corals is a shallow sloping reef formed of table staghorns and various leaf corals; black-banded sea kraits intertwine around the branches, while pufferfish and damselfish create their own blankets of colour.
Following the reef east, you approach a number of small caves and overhangs; these serve as shelters for many blue-spotted ribbontail rays. A good selection of Phyllidia nudibranchs feed on the rock-encrusting sponges. This is a good site for observing passing turtles.