Is a small bay with white sandy bottom around 20 minutes by boat from Candidasa.
It is gently sloping down to 15 meters and then continues steeply into the depths. Here we can find small bomnies made of hard and soft corals and typical reef species of fish and crustaceans. Dependable of the conditions we can make two different routes.

One on the east side of the bay which will take us to the vertical wall starting at around 9 meters and finishing in around 24 meters beautifully covered with corals and sponges. Is a shelter for moray eels, lion fishes, mantis shrimps, nudibranches and many others. Second option is to head west in shallow waters with white sandy bottom covered in hard corals in which sometimes we have a chance to find sleeping white tip sharks. During the dive we encounter huge colonies of acropora coral that is a shelter for many small colourful fishes. It is an easy dive that we usually do as a check dive and is a perfect spot for a night dive.

Fish life

Coral reef

Difficulty

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