Dive Sites

Madona rock

One of the most popular sites that we dive. Deep dives are available from the side of the small island, that will take you around the abundance of huge boulders at 30 metres. Most like to explore the area at the front of the island that allows divers to get longer dives and explore the swim throughs at 7 mtetres. Glass fish fill the swim throughs and the rare red spot scorpion fish can be found here.

South Reef

From 6 to 25m. There is a nice coral reef at 6m. A small wall to 15m with a very good coral especially Acropora. The area has many different Coral Fishes and a variety of Shrimps species from White Banded Cleaner Shrimps….

Moray Beach

This is 3 to 18m dive, the best place to try dive or for Open Water Course. Starting on the sand where we can see Scorpion Fishes, Lion Fishes, Clown Fishes, rare Black Frog Fish and White Frog Fish. At 18 metres deep diving with beautiful corals and home to Giant Morays.

The Cave

A nice reef starting at 5m then slowly descends to 22/25 m. This site has an open cave to swim through from 9 to 6m depth. During the dive the coral is nice, you can see nudibranches, Lion Fishes, Cowries (Ovula Ovum), Octopus, Trigger Fishes, Parrot Fishes and beautiful Clown Fishes along with christmas trees (Spirobranchus) and Feather Stars (Crinoides). The site is from 3 to 16m with a very nice coral reef. There are some beautiful Clown Fishes, Butterfly Fishes Gobies (Puellaris, Albimaculatus) and Blennies (Midas, Bicolor). This site is a very good place to do try dive’s and open water courses

The Small Wall

A drop of 18 m and a slop to 25 m. At 20m there is a big rock covered with rare green coral and golden coral. Here you will see black and red Lion Fishes, Bat Fishes, Longfin Banner Fishes and sometimes even the rare Frog Fish.

The Big Wall

This dive is a vertical drop of 20m to 35m with an incredible quantity of soft coral (Dendronephthya) with a great variety of colours. Marine life here ranges from Groupers, Jacks, Parrot Fishes, Stingrays, Angel Fishes, Lion Fishes and Butterfly Fishes.