Malabunot’s Reef is quite shallow with a slow steady current that usually allows for drift diving to cover a wide area. It is also a popular dive site for all levels. Sea snakes are common, while sea cucumbers, eels, and feather stars can be seen around the current.
There is a wide variety of macro life, including many nudibranchs, eels, and anemones with their clownfish, shrimps, and crabs. As well as butterflyfish, pufferfish, lionfish and colorful cuttlefish inhabit the area. At the base of the reef, colonies of garden eels live in the sandy bottom. Sea snakes and the occasional turtle may also be seen. This site is perfect in windy weather since it is well sheltered.