Magic Oceans House Reef is a macro paradise with Helgardas, Nembrothas, and other nudibranchs, plus seastars and featherstars amongst pristine corals. The house reef dive starts from the steps in front of the dive centre.
Neptune’s House is not suitable for beginners because of depth. Entry into the cave is at 31 meters and you can spend a maximum of ten minutes exploring. Don’t forget to take a torch. Less advanced divers can still explore the reef. Watch out for blue spotted stingrays.
Virgen is a huge dive site split into two, Virgen East and Virgen West. Both are suitable for all level of divers. Advanced divers can drop over the wall to the sandy bottom while there is plenty to do for beginners at the top of the wall and over the reef. This site is very colorful with lots of reef life. Watch out for turtles and triggerfish.
Pogaling is the northern most dive site on the western side of Anda, about 20 minutes from Magic Oceans Resort At Pogaling a pretty reef slopes to a sandy bottom at just 15m. This makes it one of the best sites around for both sandy macro and scenic reef fish.
Pogaling is at the northern tip of the reef to the west of Anda. The fall at the reef’s edge here is only 10m to the sandy slope, so it makes for a good second dive. As such, we see more creatures associated with that sandy slope on this dive.
The first thing to catch the eye is the rhymic dancing of the juvenile many spotted sweetlips. There are many sea anemones on the sand. There is plenty of space on the sandy substrate, so you can find a comfortable spot to watch.
Coral Garden has weird and wonderful creatures from pygmy seahorses to giant cuttlefish, banded sea snakes, all kinds of nudibranchs and colorful reef fish.
Coral Garden presents such a diversity of critters, you’ll probably want to dive it again. (And you can, as it’s the next site over from Magic Point). Critters big and small from cuttlefish to catfish, nudis to nembrothas, sea snakes to sea slugs, and even the pygmy seahorse. The dive starts once you descend from the colorful 5m reef top.
The Titanic Rocks dive site is suitable for all levels of divers (current dependent) and is made up of several pinnacles of rock to explore. Drop in at around 8 meters and make your way to 18m. Look out for lots of nudibranches and shrimpfish. Visibility can be around 10 meters.
The Coco White Resort dive site is very large and is divided into Coco White North and Coco White South. It has a very attractive steep wall from 4 meter to 30 meter and a wide cave at 27m. Don’t forget your torch! Great for all levels of diver when observing the depth limit.
Wonderwall is a long wall from 5m to 30m adorned with beautiful corals and anemones and commensal marine life from gobies and anthias to cute pufferfish. The middle of the reef on the western side, has quite a steep fall to about 25 m. A certain part of the wall has cascaded down leaving a half cone of material which is strewn with small corals, and mushroom corals in particular.
The dive site at Dap Dap Resort is shallower dive suitable as second dive of the day and great for beginners. The reef wall is steep with lots of small things and has lots of crevices to explore. The top of the reef is also great for snorkeling as is only 3-5 meters.
The Paradise Gardens site is suitable for all levels. Advanced divers crap drop down to 20-30 meters and look for seahorses. Beginners or for a second dive explore the top of the wall at 8m with its fantastic bright corals and huge variety of marine life. This is the best spot for snorkelers.