The marine life is plentiful and you have a chance to spot large colonies of kingfish. Expect to see rays, turtles, scorpion fish, eels and soft corals. Plate corals are found in abundance with Christmas tree worms in their bright colours. Other regulars on this reef include wrasse, butterfly fish, knife jaws, surgeons, triggerfish and giant anglerfish (Frogfish) to name just a few. Suitable for all levels of scuba divers, the average depth of this site is 12m with a maximum of 15m.
Tips: Keep your eyes wide open for most unexpected marine creatures.
Here is the chance to discover a ledge that is approximately four meters high with plenty of magnificent corals. There’s even a cave to explore! The marine life is plentiful and you have a chance to spot large schools of kingfish. Expect to see turtles, scorpion fish, rays, eels and soft corals. Plate corals are also found in abundance with their Christmas tree worms in bright colours. Other regulars on this reef include wrasse, butterfly fish, knife jaws, surgeons and triggerfish to name just a few.
Experience paradise under the sea! Beautiful corals, moray eels, tremendous gullies and overhangs await you, not to mention the wide variety of reef fish. This reef’s overhangs and ledges are home to many juvenile reef fish, eels of different names, scorpion fish and the odd visiting turtle. Superlative corals, tremendous gullies, overhangs, small pinnacles and potholes form an incredible marine landscape for you to explore. The coral life in this area consists of small plants, seaweeds, sponges, whip coral, colorful soft corals and anemones.
Tips: The sand patches that appear in the middle of the coral formations are great for skills development and the practicing of buoyancy control. Starfish and feather stars are also found here and this reef is suitable for all levels of scuba divers.
If you want to explore, see ledges, sand gullies, plate coral and a variety of fish life – especially rays and scorpion fish – then this is the reef to experience. A sight not to be missed because of the huge amounts of fish life; black cheek moray eels, honeycomb morays, lionfish and large rays are just some of the examples. Also have a look out for blue spotted rays, potato bass and the well-camouflaged paperfish. This dive is for all levels of scuba divers the average depth of this site is 15m with a maximum of 17m.
Tips: This dive is for all levels of scuba divers where environment filled with spectacular variety of fish and coral.
A vast amount of small caves, overhangs and a few rock formations characterize this reef. The reef here proudly shows off its plate corals with layer upon layer in pristine condition. Both hard and soft corals are shrouded with schools of snappers and fusiliers, being watched by eels who peer out of their hiding places. If you want to explore and see pinnacle rocks, sand gullies, plate coral and a variety of fish life – especially rays and scorpion fish – then this is the reef to experience.
Tips: If the marine life seems quite shy during your dive, then look in the cracks, crevices and underneath the ledges, although be careful of marbled electric rays camouflaging under the sand on one of the sandy patches.
This is a shallow reef with sandy patches. It has been named ‘Crèche’ due to the abundance and wide variety of juvenile fish that can be seen. Apart from the numerous juveniles found on the reef, also have a look out for honeycomb moray eels in the crevices, paperfish and green turtles. Crocodile fish camouflage themselves in the sandy patches and various reef fish such as banner fish, triggerfish and butterfly fish are among the regular inhabitants of this reef.
This is quite a small reef and consists of several scattered rock formations. The bigger part has a wall on the one side that is almost two-meters high and flattens to the other side. There are usually devilfire fish hanging about with their feather-like fins, round ribbontail rays and a couple of blue spotted stingrays frequenting the area. This area also has the most beautiful shells with hermit crabs occupying them. Doodles even has its own resident potato bass and eels and white-tip reef sharks have also said to be have been seen here!
Tips: Huge honeycomb rays nestling in the sand isn’t an unusual sight when it comes to Doodles.
This is a flat reef with scattered pieces of rock formations that have a lot of holes and ledges. Sand patches are found along the edges of the reef and in between certain parts of it. Once again, the red fang triggerfish direct traffic on the ocean floor. Being very territorial, they sometimes keep you out of a certain part of the reef. Hawksbill turtles, octopus and a great number of nudibranchs were found on this reef and the common reef fish and lionfish were spotted. The coral in this area consists of soft fleshy coral in soft pastel colours as well as hard corals. Anemones and clownfish are to be seen and sometimes it looks like the dominoes also keep watch over the anemones. There is plenty to keep you busy and interested on this reef.
Tips: If you enjoy snorkeling then it is the perfect place to be. Octopuses have been spotted on this reef.
The marine life is plentiful and you have a chance to spot large schools of kingfish. Expect to see turtles, scorpion fish, rays and ells. Soft corals and plate corals are found in abundance with Christmas tree worms in their bright colours. Other regulars on this reef include wrasse, butterfly fish, knifejaws, surgeonfish and triggerfish, to name just a few.
Tips: This dive is for all levels of scuba divers in an environment filled with a spectacular variety of fish and corals.
Here you’ll find big block-like boulders covered in coral with sandy patches in between. The marine life encountered on this reef includes the odd shaped frogfish, ribbon eels, potato bass, scorpion fish, mantis shrimp, paperfish and beautiful spotted rays. The coral life includes various types of hard and soft corals, sponges and anemones. It is an interesting dive for any level of scuba divers.
Texas is a large shallow reef with a large number of overhangs and arches. As the name indicates this is one of our largest reefs and it seems to go on forever. The most adventurous spot is central to this reef where amazing gullies can be found. You can also see a lot of fish and a large variety of soft corals, as well as turtles, scorpion fish, rays, eels, Christmas worms and surgeonfish to name but a few.
Tips: This is an ideal reef for adventurous divers who enjoy drift diving. Ask our skipper to drop you on the spot where you can experience an unforgettable swim through a large gully.
This is quite a small reef but very good for photographers and divers who take time looking over the pretty corals, in crevices and just watching the action from the sand patches. There are rays, guitar sharks, scribble pipefish, eels, lionfish and so much more.