After going 14 meters down, we meet the corel reef where the boat moors. This reef ends on a first sandy valley at 22m. A second coral reef starts there and goes back to 18m.
Between the two reefs starts a tiny stretch of sand, which reaches a second valley at 40m. This track is covered with small coral blocks, perfect for a slalom! If you go up via the second valley, you will come across the third one.
The interest of this site lies in its configuration. You will have to be advanced and certified to explore it.
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One of our favorite sites. Perfect comforting conditions for beginners: shallow and close to the shore. Advanced divers will appreciate it too: the near drop-off is very rich. The right
After going 14 meters down, we meet the corel reef where the boat moors. This reef ends on a first sandy valley at 22m. A second coral reef starts there…
The mooring is on a 6 meters floor. The coral plateau falls slowly down to 15m, then drops to a sandy 30m floor. We often meet barracudas and other predators…
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