A large sandy bay, easily accessible from the shore. Access slightly declines across a sea grass meadow. You will find here a lot coral blocks rich in underwater life and there is a chance to meet turtles, rays and barracudas.
A bay with a sandy bottom, easy entry. Access declines across a sea grass meadow to the magnificent colourful lively reefs, one of them ends in the depth of 28m and the other one in 50 m. More and more often you can meet even a grazing dugong.
A long lagoon with azure water and gentle entry. Both the right and the left sides are bordered with reefs full of underwater occupants. You can see seahorses, octopuses, turtles, rays and dugongs as well.
A narrow lagoon with a wonderful, rich and lively reef on the left-hand side, where you can meet turtles, sharks and so on. The reef itself ends in the lowest point in 60m. There is a serrated reef with a lot small caves on the right-hand side.
A broad bay with a large grassy meadow where a lot of turtles and sometimes even a dugong graze. There is a beautiful coral garden on the northern side.
Entry is through a small canyon at the depth of 5m. After leaving the canyon you will see magnificent reef scenery. Is the chance to meet big fish here.
After narrow entry there is a bay with beautiful corals and a great number of fish. On the southern side it goes down to the depth of 70m, nevertheless it is a suitable locality for everybody.
Entry is through a small natural pool and a small canyon. There are large lively reefs on both sides of the locality.Entry is through a small natural pool and a small canyon. There are large lively reefs on both sides of the locality.
Access: about 150m walking cross the reef and through a small cave. After a bit difficult beginning you will see the unique coral garden amazing with colour and a drop off.
The cargo vessel wreck which sank in 1993. It has attracted a lot of coral species and living creatures, including napoleon fish and morays. There is almost everything what used to be in the ship, and qualified divers can swim into the parts of the wreck, including the wheelhouse, engine room and cargo spaces.