A beautiful reef dives less than five minutes from the dive center abundant with fish life and corals. The contour gets steeper where Sweetlips, small schools of Surgeonfish, Angelfish and Triggerfish can be seen. Also Lionfish and Scorpionfish habit the area. To the west of the site different species of anemone are home to Clownfish and small shrimp. Sole fish and stargazers can be spotted during a night dive. This site is best on a flood tide. On the edge between Big Lalaguna beach and Small Lalaguna ditto, extends a small wall with a very healthy reef. Starting at 5m, it drops down to 15m where a lush coral slope takes over down to 20m. The wall has cracks and crevices with an amazing variety of marine life: from colonies of Anemonefish to Scorpionfish, schools of Longfin Bannerfish, Sweetlips, Cardinalfish, Triggerfish and hiding Lionfish. Look out for the real Clownfish, there are a few families here. A drift dive best done with a weak current in order to enjoy the gentle sloping reef and small ledges between Big and Small Laguna Beaches.