This distant reef is used by few diving operations, making it popular among more experienced divers. Visitors to this site can enjoy a light drift and high biodiversity, while avoiding the crowds.

This small reef consists of two elongated rock formations siting in parallel. Thanks to excellent visibility, relatively shallow maximum depths and mild currents, this is a great dive to really examine the coral reef system and observe the ecosystem. Here you can see an impressive variety of marine species, including moray eels, large crabs, lobsters, angel fish, schools of barracuda, and elk-horn coral. There are also plenty of ledges and overhangs, which makes for a fascinating, fun-filled underwater adventure.

– 40 feet / 12 meters
Required Experience Level
– Open Water Certified Diver
Average Underwater Visibility
– 59 feet / 18 meters
Average Water Temp
– 81 Fº / 27 Cº